Two articles on Bloomberg Business Week.
One on Clicking with co-workers (productivity increase) and the other, Vietnam is finally ready for foreign investment ( with a question mark at the end).
The former article is based on a study that people who work and play together make a great team.
The other, since its neighbors Thailand and China are facing internal pressures (upheaval and worker strike) Vietnam might emerge as a strong off-shored contender. (As of this edit, BW has an article on Vietnam’s emerging role in Regional Security, with Mr Hagel meeting with Vietnamese counterpart in Brunei).
Huge hotel infrastructures have been up, but cautiously, taken a lesson from China’s building burst.
Meanwhile, Utah just put a man down via firing squad, a century old practice which has just been banned in Vietnam.
How is that for Amnesty International observers? Be fair and be balanced.
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