Vietnam's Economic Engine, Then and Now

Saigon, now Ho Chi Minh City, remains at the heart of Vietnam's economy. The city was thrown for a loop after reunification, when new economic policies snuffed out much of its entrepreneurial spirit. But the phoenix has risen from the ashes.

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