Vietnam's Economy

Vietnam's leaders have been keeping their society in tight control since the country was re-united under a Marxist government twenty-five years ago. Correspondent Daniel Zwerdling reports for NPR News and for American RadioWorks on how Vietnam's entry into the world economy is starting to effect restrictions on free speech, and how social vices...like drugs and prostitution...are on the rise.

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