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Experts to discuss growth after war

Update: April, 20/2015 - 09:48
The conference's organisers have received more than 300 reports authored by local and international experts about Viet Nam's struggle for reunification, renovation, development, and integration. — Photo voh

BINH DUONG (VNS) — Local and international experts will discuss Viet Nam's achievements 40 years after the end of the war during a two-day conference in Thu Dau Mot City in Binh Duong Province on April 25.

The international conference, titled "Viet Nam – 40 years of Reunification, Development and Integration" will be organised by Thu Dau Mot University, University of Social Sciences and Humanities under Viet Nam National University – Ha Noi, University of Social Sciences and Humanities under Viet Nam National University – HCM City, and University of Sciences under Hue University.

Military conflicts between 1954 and 1975 and the country's development during the past four decades will be the focus.

The conference's organisers have received more than 300 reports authored by local and international experts about Viet Nam's struggle for reunification, renovation, development, and integration.

Half of the reports focus on Viet Nam's renovation and development since the end of the war in 1975.

Of the 300 reports, 15 will be presented by scholars from Australia, Brazil, China, France, Japan, US and other countries who are experts about Viet Nam.

At the conference, they will share their views about the war and the country's renovation process.

Among the speakers will be Professor Carlyle A. Thayer, from the Australian Defence Force Academy of the University of New South Wales; Professor Tsuboi Yoshiharu from Waseda University, Japan; Professor Marc Jason Gilbert of Hawaii Pacific University; Associate Professor Feng Yiming of Capital Normal University in Beijing; and Professor Go Ito of Meiji University. — VNS

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