Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Vietnam aid for 2005 predicted

Vietnam will likely receive $2.8 billion from international donors in the coming year, close to the amount received last year, said a World Bank official in advance of the international donors conference to be held in Hanoi next week. Klaus Rohland , World Bank Vietnam director, added that fighting corruption should be at the top of the conference agenda. Vietnam received $22.5 billion in international aid between 1993-2002, largely used for the energy and transport sectors. (Reuters, Nov. 23).


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