Vietnam at a Crossroads – Engaging in the Next Generation of Global Value Chains

Vietnam at a Crossroads – Engaging in the Next Generation of Global Value Chains
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Stacey Frederick

Vietnam has emerged as an Asian manufacturing powerhouse, carving out a role for itself within global value chains (GVCs). In this World Bank Group publication, readers will gain a strong understanding of Vietnam’s current and potential engagement with GVCs and will learn about strategic policy tools that can help developing countries achieve economic prosperity in the context of compressed development. Its findings will be of particular interest to policy makers, development practitioners, and academics. Duke researcher Stacey Frederick authored chapter 7 of this publication. The chapter covers Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry and trade networks.

Geography: Asia
Client: World Bank
Industry: Apparel
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