Foreign Factories Hit Hardest in Vietnam Riots

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After a week of anti-China riots in Vietnam, things are getting back to normal. Anti-China protests in the country have left foreign investors on edge. In Ho Chi Minh and in other major cities, life is back to normal. There are reports that at least one Taiwanese manufacturer that had to move back its production to Taiwan after it was severely affected by the riots.

Some plants remain closed. But Vietnam’s director of department of external relations, Nguyen Hong Linh, says 95 Percent of facilities affected by rioting have resumed operations. He promises to bring back investor confidence in the country. CCTV’s Barnaby Lo has details from Ho Chi Minh City.

 

Normalcy Returns to Vietnam

Normalcy Returns to Vietnam

After a week of anti-China riots in Vietnam, things are getting back to normal.CCTV's Barnaby Lo has details from Ho Chi Minh City.
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Vietnam is struggling in the aftermath of last week’s deadly anti-China violence in the country. Barnaby Lo reports from Ho Chi Minh City.

Vietnam Struggles in Aftermath of Deadly Anti-China Violence

Vietnam Struggles in Aftermath of Deadly Anti-China Violence

Vietnam is struggling in the aftermath of last week's deadly anti-China violence in the country. Barnaby Lo reports from Ho Chi Minh City.
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