China and Vietnam’s Political Differences Could Hamper Trade

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The Vietnamese government is pledging compensation for facilities damaged during the riots against Chinese owned companies last week.

At the same time it’s forging a partnership with the Philippines on maritime issues. The streets of Ho Chi Minh were one of the sites of anti-China protests last week. The Vietnamese government has since clamped down on these protests.

Security isn’t even that tight anymore. But outside major cities like this, the country is very much still reeling from last week’s riots CCTV’s Barnaby Lo reports from Ho Chi Minh City.

China and Vietnam’s Political Differences Could Hamper Trade

China and Vietnam’s Political Differences Could Hamper Trade

The Vietnamese government is pledging compensation for facilities damaged during the riots against Chinese owned companies last week.

Meanwhile, thousands of Chinese nationals are leaving Vietnam out of fear. CCTV’s Barnaby Lo reports on the economic fallout.

China-Vietnam Tensions After Deadly Protests

China-Vietnam Tensions After Deadly Protests

Barnaby Lo reports from Ho Chi Minh where thousands of Chinese nationals are leaving out of fear after at least two factories workers were killed and hundreds more injured.