Extract from “Spotlight: TPP not all roses for Vietnam”

Among the current TPP signatories, Vietnam, as the economy with the lowest per capita GDP, has unique comparative advantages, particularly in labor-intensive manufacturing. On the economic impacts, simulations suggest that the TPP could add as much as 8 percent to Vietnam’s GDP, 17 percent to its real exports, and 12 percent to its capital stock over the next 20 years.

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