Needs and Challenges of Management Education: The Case of The Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Vietnam, a country which was isolated and in a serious socioeconomic crisis in the mid-1980s, has recently emerged as a new marketplace attracting the interest of the international business community. Many people around the world recognize the substantial success that Vietnam has so far achieved in its reform process, and some even see it as ‘the next tiger’ in South East Asia.
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