Price Registration and Stabilization: Circular on price management and its registration entered into force in The Circular is also applicable for other used goods, such as used motorcycles and bicycles. Vietnam's economic stance following the East Asian recession has been a cautious one, emphasizing macroeconomic stability rather than growth.
Hanoi reported that in the North, all 6 industrial cities, 28 out of 30 provincial towns, 96 out of district towns, and 4, out of 5, communes were either severely damaged or destroyed.
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Development plans were to focus equally on agriculture and industry, while initial investment was to favour projects that developed both sectors of the economy.
Vietnam also lags behind China in terms of property rights, the efficient regulation of markets, and labor and financial market reforms. While the country has shifted toward a more market-oriented economy, the Vietnamese government still continues to hold a tight rein over major sectors of the economy, such as the banking system, state-owned enterprisesand areas of foreign trade.
If a surplus was produced, the households were to be allowed to keep it, sell it on the free market, or sell it to the state for a "negotiated price.
The policies arrived at called for the temporary retention of private capitalist activities in order to spur economic growth and the completion, more or less, of a communist transformation in the South by the mids.
Other ways of making the Vietnamese pay for the projects undertaken for the benefit of the French were the recruitment of forced labour for public works and the absence of any protection against exploitation in the mines and rubber plantations, although the scandalous working conditions, the low salaries, and the lack of medical care were frequently attacked in the French Chamber of Deputies in Paris.