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The Landscape for Impact Investing in Southeast Asia

Posted By Administration, Thursday, August 9, 2018

The Landscape for Impact Investing in Southeast Asia
GIIN and Intellecap

This report is the first-ever detailed analysis of impact investing activity across Southeast Asia. It provides deep insight into the three most active markets in the region: Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines, and a broader regional overview of the remaining eight countries, namely Brunei, Cambodia, East Timor, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, and Thailand.

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Tags:  2018  impact investing  indonesia  landscape  philippines  southeast asia  vietnam 

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Women's Entrepreneurship Development in Vietnam - Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry & the Industrial Labour Organisation

Posted By Saurabh Lall, Aspen Institute - ANDE, Thursday, November 17, 2011
September 2007

Women play a very important role in the economic development of Vietnam. They are involved in business activities at all levels, making
important contributions to economic growth. Nowadays, Vietnamese women are increasingly active in parts of the economy that were previously considered male domain. Women entrepreneurs also create jobs. By December 2005, it was estimated that 24% of the 113,352 incorporated enterprises were owned by women. On top of that, an estimated 27% of 3 million household businesses are owned by women.

The research underlying this report aimed to assess the development patterns of women- and men-owned enterprises in Vietnam. It  identified the constraints and opportunities faced by male and female entrepreneurs as well as their needs with emphasis on the demands for business development services and representation.

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Tags:  Entrepreneurship  policy  sector publication  Vietnam  women 

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