Financial Sector Reforms in Vietnam: Selected Issues and Problems
John Rand (),
Finn Tarp (),
Dinh Tai Nguyen,
Van Huong Nguyen and
Ta Minh Thao
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The purpose of this report is to concentrate on performing in-depth analyses of selected issues of prominence and importance for the future success of the reform process rather than describing the current day-to-day operations and procedures in the financial sector. This eclectic approach implies that other important issues such as the development of a payment system, the state and prospects for the inter-bank markets, and the human capital and organisational issues in the state-owned banks are neglected and/or not analysed in depth. They are, however, omissions due to constraints imposed by funds and time available rather than a failure to comprehend their importance. In this context, the present report should thus be viewed as a first step towards establishing an open dialogue about the nature and speed of the financial sector reforms in Vietnam based on recurrent independent assessments of financial sector issues and problems.
Keywords: Financial Sector Reforms; Vietnam (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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