International experiences in selection of import technologies in mechanical engineering sector and solutions for Vietnam


  • Do Duc Nam
  • Vu Le Huy


Technology, Technology import, Mechanical engineering, Selection of import technologies


The article focuses on analysis of experience from some countries such as Korea, Taiwan and Thailand who have starting points and development history similar to the one of Vietnam, technology import and selection of import technologies in mechanical engineering sector. On the basis of these experiences, some recommendations and solutions are proposed for Vietnam to develop the mechanical engineering technology potentials which are based on the selection of suitable import technologies.


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How to Cite

Nam, D. D., & Huy, V. L. (2018). International experiences in selection of import technologies in mechanical engineering sector and solutions for Vietnam. Journal SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT, 7(2), 17–37. Retrieved from