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A guide to doing business in Vietnam / by Cisca Spencer and Gitte Heij
Bib ID 2246140
Format BookBook
Author
Spencer, Cisca
 
Description [Murdoch, W.A.] : Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University in association with Dept. of Commerce and Trade, c1995 
62 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0869054023 (paperback)
Series

Policy paper (Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre) ; 16.

Subjects Business enterprises, Foreign -- Vietnam.  |  Commercial law -- Vietnam.  |  Foreign trade regulation -- Vietnam.  |  Investments, Foreign -- Vietnam.
Other authors/contributors Heij, Gitte  |  Western Australia. Department of Commerce and Trade  |  Murdoch University. Asia Research Centre

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