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  1. Posters for black credit are glued on the walls of Ho Chi Minh City.

    Commentary: Thugs with strong-arm debt collection tactics? Vietnam’s misunderstood informal credit sector

    The problems of black credit run deeper, suggesting what is truly needed is reform of the formal finance and micro-lending system, says Nicolas ...
  2. A thick blanket of smog covers the Hanoi skyline as the sun sets on Sep 27, 2019

    Citing 'unhealthy air', Vietnam tells people to limit outdoor activities

    Vietnam warned its people on Tuesday to limit outdoor activities because the air quality in the Southeast Asian country has persistently been at ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Ho Chi Minh mausoleum is seen in Hanoi

    Vietnam says preserved corpse of Ho Chi Minh in great condition

    The embalmed corpse of Vietnam's founding leader, Ho Chi Minh, is in great condition, state media said on Friday, a month after the government ...
  4. Vietnamese policemen sit on stools near the hotel where the second US-North Korea summit took place

    Commentary: Vietnam emerges a key winner from the US-China trade war

    Vietnam’s economy is booming as the country plays off old enemies as new friends in technology and manufacturing, says Michael Sainsbury.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Men are seen inside Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City under a portrait of "U

    Vietnam calls in Russian experts to help preserve corpse of Ho Chi Minh

    Vietnam has formed a special team of experts, including four Russian scientists, to help preserve the embalmed body of the Communist-ruled state's ...
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    Commentary: Beware the seducing calls of Vietnam’s start-up sirens

    Vietnam’s start-up scene, especially in Ho Chi Minh, has received much interest. Anh-Minh Do discusses if it lives up to its hype.
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    Commentary: Ambitious and smart, youths in Ho Chi Minh are building Asia’s Silicon Valley

    What makes Vietnam’s start-up scene successful is its young, educated and savvy people, argues Stephanie Jones and Rafael Masters.