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Investors Return to Vietnam after Anti-China Protests

Anti-China rioting in Vietnam earlier this year damaged more than 400 foreign-owned factories, sending thousands of foreign investors fleeing in fear of more violence. But foreign capital flows have resumed to pre-protest levels as the government pledges to protect investors, the economy grows and business costs remain low. Factories pumping out clothes, furniture and consumer electronics have returned to business since the anti-China protests in May. The protests that killed 20 and...

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