Published July 2001
by Nordic Institute of Asian Studies .
Written in English
|Contributions||Per Ronnas (Editor), Bhargavi Ramamurthy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||354|
This is the second post of “ Now in Vietnam “, where TechNode visits Vietnam’s leading companies, to explore the next startup ecosystem to emerge among Southeast Asian countries. Vietnam’s GDP growth could surpass China by according to Turicum Investment Management.. Vietnamese startups saw a 46% rise in investment in , valued at $ million. Startup Vietnam: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Socialist Republic features ten chapters across three sections to help investors, business travelers, diaspora members, students, and other readers experience an on-the-ground and in-depth view of Vietnam’s startup environment in the Indo-Pacific regional and global contexts/5(5). Startup Vietnam: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Socialist Republic features ten chapters across three sections to help investors, business travelers, diaspora members, students, and other readers experience an on-the-ground and in-depth view of Vietnam's startup industry in the Indo-Pacific regional and global contexts. Author and /5(5). The National Agency for Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Commercialization Development (NATECD) was launched by the Vietnam Ministry of Science and Technology and offers startups and technology Author: Conrad Egusa.
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