Is Vietnam the up-coming Asian Tiger?
By just-style.com | 30 April 2007
Since Vietnam's accession to the WTO at the beginning of this year, investors have been queuing up to take advantage of the country's low costs and free trade status. However, one dark cloud on the horizon is the decision by the Bush administration to monitor and possibly self-initiate anti-dumping cases against US apparel imports from Vietnam, as Jozef De Coster reports from Ho Chi Minh City.
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