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The article is based on secondary data collected from sectors and agencies in the period 2006-2021, and based on the socioeconomic context and growth characteristics of Vietnam to evaluate the comprehensive growth situation of the country. Research results show that Vietnam has achieved remarkable comprehensive growth since its joining the WTO. Specifically, through indicators such as GDP scale, GDP per capita increasing day by day, increasing access to basic infrastructure facilities and services, more opportunities for people to socialize to ensure close equality with economic opportunities through education, health care, health care, stable jobs with increasing wages, people's living standards are increasingly improved through increased income levels and access to basic services such as electricity and clean water. In addition, gender equality and social security work are increasingly being actively promoted by the Government and society. However, besides the already achieved results, comprehensive growth in Vietnam still has certain limitations, in particular gender inequality, income inequality, persisting underemployment, unsustainable poverty reduction work, high income disparity among population groups and between regions, there is still a shortage of jobs and limited resources to implement social security. Therefore, people are not really happy and fair.

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Issue: Vol 7 No 3 (2023): Vol 7 (3): Under publishing
Page No.: In press
Published: Oct 11, 2023
Section: Review

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Lê, H. (2023). Comprehensive growth of Vietnam after joining WTO. VNUHCM Journal of Economics, Business and Law, 7(3), In press.

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