Viet Nam

  title={Viet Nam},
  author={V. Nam},
  journal={Revue Internationale de la Croix-Rouge},
  pages={730 - 730}
  • V. Nam
  • Published 1 December 1976
  • Economics
  • Revue Internationale de la Croix-Rouge
Attention in this discussion of Viet Nam focuses on the following: history of the demographic situation; the government's overall approach to population problems; population data systems and development planning; institutional arangements for the integration of population within development planning; the government's view of the importance of population policy in achieving development objectives; population size, growth, and natural increase; morbidity and mortality; fertility; international… 

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