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    Vietnam is one of the few countries that is benefiting from the New SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. While almost every country is facing a colossal recession, Vietnam will not only continue to grow economically but is attracting a lot of new business. Companies such as Apple, Google, and Samsung, which have factories in China, are moving some of their production to this Southeast Asian country.

    The reasons for this success are the more than outstanding management of the pandemic, Trump’s trade war, and, of course, the so-called “Doi Moi”: the Vietnamese economic reform program that began in 1986, and which opened the Vietnamese economy to international markets.

    But how has this success occurred? To what extent could 2020 be a turning point in Vietnam’s history? In this video, we’ll tell you.

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