This webinar for looks at growth and development policies in Vietnam and compares and contrasts their current growth with China. Vietnam is forecast to have grown by 7% in 2018 and is one of the fastest-growing countries in the world.
The video analyses and evaluates some of the key growth drivers and evaluates barriers to growth including environmental challenges and vulnerability to external economic shocks.
Vietnam is a fast-growing lower middle income country that has received considerable inward investment in recent years.
More reading here:
Vietnam is the most globalized populous country in modern history (World Economic Forum)
The slides from the revision webinar in the Vietnamese economy can be found here
Vietnam was the only lower-middle-income member in TPP
Vietnam is a country of 90 million people, the 14th most populous on the planet.
Vietnam’s location on the easternmost edge of the Indochinese peninsula makes it a vital link between East, Southeast, and South Asia.
Vietnam has been ranked among the five countries likely to be most affected by climate change / changing weather patterns and natural disasters – over 1% of GDP is lost every year to extreme weather events such as floods and droughts
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