EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDTABLE - Rousing the next dragon

Vietnam is on the cusp of joining the World Trade Organization (WTO), with membership set to be ratified ahead of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) leaders meeting, to be held in Hanoi in November. The accession offers the country a host of financial opportunities to raise exports and underpin an already impressive level of GDP growth. But is the country truly ready to throw open its doors? The country's financial and capital markets remain relatively unsophisticated and will need to develop further if they are to take full advantage of the changes to come. Asiamoney, in association with ANZ, sits down with a set of experts and market observers to discuss their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges ahead for investors and businesses in Vietnam.

  • 07 Sep 2006

Participants:

Richard Morrow, Asiamoney

Bill Tweddell, Australian ambassador to Vietnam

Le Xuan Nghia, senior economist, former member of the Prime Minister Research Commission (PMRC)

David Hornery, managing director, Asia, ANZ

Thuy Dam, general manager, Vietnam, ANZ

Dominic Scriven, director, Dragon Capital

Le Dang Doanh, economic adviser to the Prime Minister's Office

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