Vietnam: The price of peace
Things are changing in Vietnam. Once a symbol of rigid Communism, the Government now encourages people to start up small businesses, and has opened the door to foreign companies. But a US ban on trade and aid has severely hampered efforts to rebuild after long years of war – and Vietnam remains one of the world’s poorest nations.
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