Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam

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Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam. / Abbott, Philip ; Tarp, Finn.

Helsinki : UNU-WIDER, 2011.

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Abbott, P & Tarp, F 2011 'Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam' UNU-WIDER, Helsinki.

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Abbott, P., & Tarp, F. (2011). Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER.

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Abbott P, Tarp F. Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. 2011.

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Abbott, Philip ; Tarp, Finn. / Globalization Crises, Trade,and Development in Vietnam. Helsinki : UNU-WIDER, 2011.

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