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The loan is coming from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the World Bank's low-interest lending arm.
The money is intended to support reforms to improve the quality of public investment and therefore increase chances that the country's stimulus program will work, the World Bank said.
The loan is the largest the World Bank has ever made to Vietnam, which has moved from being a deeply indebted country to middle-income status in less than a decade but suffered a serious blow from global economic turbulence.
"Over the last two years, Vietnam has experienced a succession of shocks starting with massive capital inflows in 2007, a surge in commodity prices in 2008 and export declines as a result of the global economic crisis," the World Bank said.
Nonetheless, as a result of stimulus measures adopted in late 2008 and supplemented early this year, the bank estimated that Vietnam's economy will expand by 5.2 percent in 2009.

( Source: Reuters )
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