Good Morning Future Wealth, Vietnam

For reformers, the country’s economic and political rise could be just about to start.

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Good piece by Anthony Fensom about a joint report, New Report Lays Out Path for Vietnam to Reach Upper-Middle-Income Status in 20 Years, released on 23 February 2016 by the Vietnamese government and the World Bank, that suggests Vietnam could achieve upper-middle income status by 2035 with a PCI of more than $7,000.  (Last year’s nominal GDP was about $2,200.) Included is a projection of what the economic picture would look like with and without the recommended reforms.


You can read a summary of the report and download it on this page.


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