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Vietnam as an IT Outsourcing Destination

@inproceedings{Phan2009VietnamAA,
  title={Vietnam as an IT Outsourcing Destination},
  author={Chau-Min Phan},
  year={2009}
}
Vietnam is quickly emerging as a dynamic destination for the development of low-cost quality software in Asia. The country has the advantages of a strong young, talented labor pool with the lowest labor cost compared to other IT outsourcing rivals and a safe, stabile government environment. The Vietnamese government also has provided great support to the IT sector, including legal and financial incentive packages. However, there are four main challenges that the Vietnamese IT sector is facing… 
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