April 2006
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Apr2006, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p5
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The article presents an outlook on Vietnam's economy in 2006 and beyond. Vietnam's economy will most likely continue to be strong over the forecast period. There are also perils forecasted like the delay in World Trade Organization accession, increasing oil prices and a bird flu epidemic. The government set a target of 7.5-8% average growth over the next five years. A chart is also presented showing the annual growth of Vietnam.


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