What we See, Why we Worry, Why we Hope: Vietnam Going Forward explores key factors that affect Vietnamas ability to move forward as a global economic player. While we see challenges, we see many reasons for hope, including a new generation of leaders. qWe a the Vietnamese entrepreneurs and businesspeople a who have the wish of making Vietnam a better place to work and live have both worries and hopes for our home country. The authors have done a nice job of presenting a new Vietnam, a multi-colored society and an emerging market economy, with a simple and fun-to-read style. The book delivers many important messages to western readers and I appreciate the efforts by the authors trying to bring Vietnam to the world, and the world to Vietnam.q - Vu Quang Hoi, Chairman, The Bitexco Group qA cogent and compelling look at contemporary Vietnam with all its complexities and contradictions.Vuong Quan Hoang and Nancy Napier have given us a well-written and accessible guide to understanding the changes that Vietnam has gone through in the last decade. This book will be of great use to anyone wanting to understand Vietnam todayq - Anya Schiffrin, Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs qThe book is very well written and the stories are inspirational. The book has great value to be read by all Vietnamese, especially the younger generations.q - Loke Kiang Wong, Retired Captain Singapore Navy, Contributor to Vietnamica.netNancy K. Napier, Vuong Quan Hoang. economic advisory firm in Hanoi, surveyed 150 Vietnamese for their views about Vuong becoming one of the top 1000 richest people in the world. Granted, the opinions came from internet users andanbsp;...
|Title||:||What we See, Why we Worry, Why we Hope: Vietnam Going Forward|
|Author||:||Nancy K. Napier, Vuong Quan Hoang|
|Publisher||:||Boise State University CCI Press - 2013-10-02|