Project title: Attracting foreign capital in developing countries and lessons for Vietnam (QK.06.06)


Code number: QK.06.06

Coordinator: Dr. Nguyen Thi Thu

Implementing institution: Vietnam National University, Hanoi

Cooperating institution(s): University of Economics and Business, VNU.

Duration: 4/2006 - 4/2008

Objectives:

  • Review the fundamental theories on natures and roles of foreign capital inflows toward developing economies, the relationship between types of capital inflows
  • Analysis of features of foreign capital inflows in developing economies in the period during 2001 and 2005
  • Drawing lessons for Vietnam

Main contents:

  • Overlook on foreign capital inflows in developing economies.
  • Real situations of foreign capital attracting in developing economies.
  • Experiences from developing economies on attracting and adjusting foreign capital.
  • Foreign capital attraction in Vietnam and some policy suggestions.

Results obtained:

Pointed out the relationship between types of foreign capital inflows:

  • Examined the positive as well as adverse impacts of foreign capital inflows toward the economies of developing countries.
  • Reviewed the real situations of foreign capital attracting in developing economies in the period during 2001 and 2005.
  • Reviewed the real situation of foreign capital inflows in Vietnam in the period during 2001 and 2005 and the prospect in the period during 2006 and 2010.
  • Drawn lessons from developing economies and suggested policies in attracting and adjusting the foreign capital for Vietnam.

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