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Assessment of Industrial Cluster Policies in Viet Nam: The Role of Special Economic Zones in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment

Assessment of Industrial Cluster Policies in Viet Nam:  The Role of Special Economic Zones in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment
Date:
26 June 2020
Authors:
Dao Ngoc Tien, Nguyen Quynh Huong
Tags:
industry and manufacturing, Investment, Viet Nam

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Special economic zones (SEZs) are considered as one of important regional industrial policies to attract foreign investment in developing countries such as Viet Nam. The review of SEZs development in Viet Nam including the comprehensive review of infrastructure and business environment in SEZs are presented in this paper for the first time. Moreover, the paper gives novel non-parametric evidence to indicate the positive causal linkage between the zoning policies and the attraction of foreign investment at district-level in the country during the period 2011–2015.

Assessment of Industrial Cluster Policies in Viet Nam: The Role of Special Economic Zones in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment

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