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[14] Ibid. [15] Cung et al., p. 60 [16] Cung et al., p. 50 [17] Cung et al., p. 56 [18] Cung et al., p. 52 [19] See: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/business/Cabinet-approves-social- enterprise-bill-30281682.html [20] Quynh Tram Nguyen-Stevenin, Mai Vietnamese Handicrafts: Crafting a brighter tomorrow for disadvantaged women and minorities in Vietnam (UNDP Vietnam, 2011). See: http://growinginclusivemarkets.org/media/cases/Vietnam_MaiHandicrafts_2011.pdf, (p. 2) [21] Ibid, p. 1 [22] Ibid, p. 4 Please note all photographs used are published under Creative Commons licenses. Unless otherwise specified, all photographs for respective social enterprises are taken from their websites, listed within the Insight. Fig 1: Hanoi, 1989. Source: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=713886 Fig 2: A member of the H’Mong ethnic minority group works in Yen Bai Province, Northern Vietnam Source: NGUYEN ANH TUAN (https://www.flickr.com/photos/atuancmi/9042159669/) 10