ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКАЯ ПОМОЩЬ КАК СРЕДСТВО СОДЕЙСТВИЯ ЭСКАЛАЦИИ ЧАСТНОГО КАПИТАЛА ВО ВЬЕТНАМ
In her paper A.Smirnova analyses ODA as a mean of qualified contribution to foreign private capital expansion into Vietnamese economy. After 1992, more than 70% of ODA to Vietnam is committed by Western and Eastern donors. In contrast to ODA from socialist countries before 1993, new international donors of Vietnam (mainly Japan, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, IBRD and ABD) emphasize the creation of most favourable conditions for private enterprises activities as well as the development of the local economy sectors which are of top priority for private companies, most of all the foreign ones. There is good reasons to believe that during some 10-13 years (especially in 2001-2005) evident preference was given to all kind of infrastructure development - industrial, transport, energy and social. The author inclined to believe that ODA flows played a positive role in Vietnam's socio-economic development in general. Undoubtedly, ODA flows played an exceptionally important role in foreign private capital advancement in Vietnam, increasing the competitiveness of both foreign companies and their local counterparts. But a number of 2005 events saw us the realization of ODA in Vietnam was severely complicated by some negative social phenomena, especially by corruption.
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