|Title||Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development Triangle: A Viewpoint from Vietnam.|
In the thirteen years since the first unofficial summit in 1999 at which Cambodian,
Laotian and Vietnamese leaders reached an agreement on building a development
triangle among the three countries, the Cambodia-Laos-Vietnam Development
Triangle area (hereafter CLV-DTA) has been established and has made important
progress, though faced with many challenges.
At the establishment of CLV-DTA in 2004, the Vietnamese member provinces
included Kon Tum, Gia Lai, Dak Lak and Dak Nong. During the Fourth Joint
Coordination Committee (JCC) in 2009, Binh Phuoc Province was added to bring the
number of Vietnamese member provinces to five. The Vietnamese member provinces
of CLV-DTA are referred to in this chapter as the VDTA provinces.
|»||Vietnam - Population and Housing Census 2009|