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Intel deal highlights Vietnam’s rise

Intel last week opened its largest plant in Vietnam, highlighting the country’s emergence as an investment target for multinationals.

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Intel last week opened its largest plant in Vietnam, highlighting the country’s emergence as an investment target for multinationals.

Like much of Asia, Vietnam’s economy is vaulting clear of the global slowdown, with growth for 2010 projected to beat the 5 per cent recorded last year.

At the opening of the plant last Friday, Vietnam’s deputy prime minister, Hoáng Trung Hai - who has an MBA from Trinity College Dublin - told Intel...

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