Reforming specialized inspection procedures to improve business environment in vietnam for trade facilitation implementation
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Ph.D., Thuongmai University, HanoiVietnam
MBA, Banking UniversityHCMC, Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam, International University of Japan, Japan
Ph.D., Thai Nguyen University, University of Information and Communication Technology, Vietnam
Ph.D., Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry, Vietnam
Ph.D., Banking University HCMC, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam
Online publication date: 2021-08-10
Management 2021;25(1):234-258
our study aims to analyze and assess the process of reforming the specialized inspection procedures in Vietnam which is included in Vietnam’s trade facilitation implementation program, and suggesting some recommendations for Vietnam to do the reform to improve business environment and enhance Vietnam’s national competitiveness. By synthesizing and analyzing secondary data from creditable sources such as World Bank, UNESCAPE, UNCTAD, WTO, VCCI, General Department of Vietnam Customs, as well as interviewing officials from Ministry of Industry and Trade of Socialist Republic of Vietnam, etc. Ha and Lan (2021) stated Economic regulatory reform in Vietnam started in the early 1990s and accelerated when the country shifted its focus to economic integration policy by acceding to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995 and engaging in regional free trade agreements in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).After analyzing and assessing the real situation of Vietnam’s trade facilitation and specialized inspection reforms, this paper would like to suggest some recommendations to continuously implement specialized inspection reforms, implement trade facilitation, improve Vietnam’s business environment and enhance Vietnam’s national competitiveness.
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