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Vá̂n đè̂ bảo hộ quyè̂n sở hữu của nhà đà̂u tư nước ngoài tại Việt Nam : sách tham khảo / Nguyẽ̂n Thường Lạng, chủ biên
Bib ID 3627278
Format BookBook
Description Hà Nội : Nhà xuá̂t bản Lý luận chính trị, 2005 
180 p. ; 20 cm. 
Summary

Policy of protection on foreign property and investment in Vietnam.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-178).

Subjects Investments, Foreign -- Vietnam.  |  Real property -- Foreign ownership
Other authors/contributors Nguyẽ̂n, Thường Lạng

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