Vietnam confronts four economic challenges: Japanese expertWednesday, June 12,2019
AsemconnectVietnam - Vietnam is facing four key challenges, including the risk of becoming a country that have commercial friction with the US, early non-industrialization, not being able to participate in industrialization production chain and not really grasping the automotive industry, according to a Japanese expert.
Vietnam is among the six countries with large trade deficits with the US, after China, Mexico, Germany, Japan and Ireland.
On capturing the automotive industry - one of the key areas of industrialization, Ikebe said the automobile industry in Vietnam was in the initial stage.
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