Tuan Ho is Senior Lecturer in Finance and Accounting at the University of Bristol and Visiting Fellow at the Vietnam Studies Programme, ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.
Articles by Tuan Ho (2)
Vietnam has been wise to switch from a ‘zero Covid’ strategy to one of living with the coronavirus. But it needs a clear plan to maintain business activity as the economy reopens.
At the beginning of 2021, Vietnam was looking forward to a “breakout moment”, with its hitherto successful containment of the coronavirus expected to facilitate strong economic recovery. However, the country now appears to be missing this opportunity due to the ongoing fourth wave of Covid-19 infections.