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Re: Viet Nam

04.04.2014
Ghose

Vietman will require to understand the growing resource and economic realities of the SEA region and in Asia as well. Water and land are already becoming elements of dispute in South Asia and China. More strategic land and water resources admisintration policies is certain a vital necessity. Strenthening regional cooperation  and maintaining good neighbourly attitude contributes greatly to economic development. Food security and healthcare related issues remain top priority in the overall development agenda.

As an agribased economy and major producer and exporter of rice, Vietnam also faces the imperatives to develop more sustainable agribusiness models to better cooperate with international business partners.  

Since a large number of population is living below poverty line, both government and private sector need to work together to mainstream them more effectively into the national economy. Community-based capacity building programs can have promising outcomes in this respect.