Study and Propose Solutions to Implement Accounting of Derivative Financial Instruments to Prevent Risks in Vietnamese Enterprises

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Thi Thu Hoai Pham , Thi Thuy Nguyen ,

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Volume 8 - June 2019 (06)

Abstract

The article has a general assessment of risk prevention by derivative financial instruments in Vietnamese enterprises. We have evaluated the contributions and limitations of derivative financial instruments in risk prevention of Vietnamese enterprises. Since then, we propose solutions to effectively use derivative financial instruments and derivative financial instruments to reduce risks for Vietnamese enterprises

Keywords

Derivative financial instruments, derivative financial instruments, Vietnam

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