Vietnam is emerging as the economic frontier of the 1990s, and nations around the globe are lining up to take advantage of its needs and resources. Even the U.S. can’t resist the seemingly boundless opportunity this former French colony and U.S. enemy offers. James Madison University economics professor Roger Ford, founder of Friends of Vietnam Inc., joins Virginia Military Institute French professor Alan Farrell to discuss the benefits and challenges of doing business in Vietnam.
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