Vo Thi Thu Trang


Culture plays a crucial role in the development of society in general and the economy in particular in Quang Ngai province, Vietnam. Culture is not only the spiritual foundation of society but also the goal and the motivation for economic development. Over the years, culture has assumed its role and has gained certain achievements in the process of economic development. However, there have been still shortcomings that need to be overcome timely. In this article, we boldly propose some basic solutions to deal with above limitations.


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