Workers at a ship yard of the Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group, or Vinashin. Many in Vietnam hope the government will pursue reforms that are broad enough and deep enough to fix debt-ridden state banks and rein in inefficient state enterprises (SOEs) such as Vinashin, which embarrassingly defaulted last year. (more…)
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