Market Economy for a Middle-Income Vietnam

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MARKET ECONOMY
FOR A MIDDLE-INCOME VIETNAM
Joint Donor Report to the Vietnam Consultative Group Meeting December 06, 2011

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Vietnam Development Report 2012

MARKET ECONOMY
FOR A MIDDLE-INCOME VIETNAM

Joint Donor Report to the Vietnam Consultative Group Meeting December 06, 2011

VIETNAM GOVERNMENT FISCAL YEAR January 1 to December 31 CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS (Exchange rate effective as of November 30, 2011) Currency Unit US$1.00 = VND21,008 Weights and Measures Metric System

ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
ADB ASEAN BIDV CAMS CEOs CIEM CPSEs CPI CPV EGs EVN
VIETNAM DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2012

Asian Development Bank Association of Southeast Asian Nations Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam Changing Attitudes toward Market and State Chief Executive Officers Central Institute for Economic Management Central Public Sector Enterprises Consumer Price Index Communist Party of Vietnam Economic Groups Electricity of Vietnam Economic Zone Foreign Direct Investment General Corporations Gross Domestic Product General Statistics Office International Monetary Fund Industrial Park Initial Public Offering Joint Stock Bank Joint Stock Company

MOT MOU MPI PFM PIM PMB PMS PPC ODA SCIC SEDP SEDS SEG SOCB SOE TEU VCCI VDR VND VNPT WTO

Ministry of Transport Memorandum of Understanding Ministry of Planning and Investment Public Finance Management Public Investment management Provincial Management Board Performance Monitoring Systems Provincial People Committee Official Development Assistance State Capital Investment Corporation Socio-Economic Development Plan Socio-Economic Development Strategy State Economic Group State-Owned Commercial Bank State-Owned Enterprise Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vietnam Development Report Vietnam Dong Vietnam Post and Telecommunication World Trade Organization

EZ FDI GCs GDP GSO IMF IP IPO JSB JSC

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Vietnam Development Report (VDR) 2012 is a Joint Report of Development Partners, prepared to serve an one of the inputs for the 2011 Consultative Group meeting. It has been prepared by a World Bank team in close collaboration with the ‘Donor Working Group,’ comprising of the following members: Dominic Mellor, Dao Viet Dung and Tomoyuki Kimura (ADB), Andy Isbister and Nguyen Quang Anh (AusAID), Joanne Pindera and Andrew Smith (CIDA), Nguyen Thi Ngoc Minh and Renwick Irvine (DFID), Bryan Fornari and Sion Morton (EU), Sylvain Fourriere and Nguyen Thi Vinh Ha (French Embassy), Rainer Stachuletz, Vera Wohlgemuth-Lohse, Nguyen Thanh Hai and Carlos Jahnsen-Gutierrez (GIZ), Mags Gayor (Irish Aid), Toshio Ngase and Murooka Naomichi (JICA), Steven Collet and Job Runhaar (Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) and Adam Ross (US Embassy). The VDR 2012 partnered with a number of academic and research institutions to prepare several of its background studies. The valuable contributions of the following researchers and scholars are gratefully acknowledged: Bill Allan, Prof. Dr. Le Xuan Ba, Mr.Tran Kim Chung, Mr.Tran Tien Cuong, Mr. Nguyen Canh Nam (CIEM), Mdm. Pham Chi Lan (Economist), Mr. Truong Dinh Tuyen (Advisor to Prime Minister), Mr. Tran Huu Huynh, Mr. Dau Anh Tuan and Mr. Tran Van Hai (VCCI), Johnathan Pincus and Nguyen Xuan Thanh (Fulbright Economics Teaching Program), Claudio Dordi (MUTRAP III), Mr. Nguyen Viet Hung, Mr. Nguyen Huu Hieu, Mr. Nguyen Quang Thuan (Nexus Group). In addition, the preparation of the report involved consultations with a number of researchers and practitioners including Mr. Le Dang Mr. Nguyen Hong Long (SAV), Mr. Le Manh Hung (MPI), Mr. Hoang Hai (MOF), and Mr. Le Long (SCIC). The World Bank team was led by Deepak Mishra, and comprised of Bo Thi Hong Mai, Chul Ju Kim, Dinh Tuan Viet, Doan...

References: See the list of references at the end of the report. For more comprehensive discussion on transition, see Arkadie and Mallon (2003), IMF (1996) and ADB (2006).
Former Soviet Union, Vietnam was unique for its swift adjustment with the least disruptions (Dollar 1999).14
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