April 2006
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Apr2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p4
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The article discusses economic issues facing Vietnam in 2006. Vietnam and China will have to face anti-dumping duties from the European Union (EU). In an investigation done by the EU, it was confirmed that shoes made in the said countries were being dumped in Europe. China is expected to complain to the WTO if duties are imposed while Vietnam will have to be calm because of the ongoing WTO membership negotiations due to be settled in 2006. Vietnam is performing well in exports, bringing trade balance into an unusual surplus. The country ranks low in business environment ratings worldwide.


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