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Old January 31st, 2012, 07:01 PM   #1101
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Using the HSBC report at $4,350 of GDP Per Capita of Vietnam in 2050 using 2010 dollar amount, it will be ~ $30,000 in 2050 at 5% inflation rate.


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Old January 31st, 2012, 08:58 PM   #1102
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Gross Domestic Product per capita (nominal) of Vietnam in 2050 is $33,472, according to Goldman Sachs.



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Old February 3rd, 2012, 02:12 AM   #1103
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This is the problem with Vietnam. It is a repeat of human history. There are too many unproductive Vietnamese in who are in positions of power who take from those who are productive - destroying wealth in the process. The land was nothing before and will one day become nothing again if those who know how to generate wealth are destroyed. Property rights, rule of law, and small but efficient governments.


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In 1997, Doan Van Vuon moved to Vinh Quang Village and leased nine hectares of coastal wetlands from the village People’s Committee. Trained as an engineer, Vuon began to build the dikes, sluices and ponds needed to raise fish and shrimp. No one expected Vuon and his family to succeed, but after several years of effort and experimentation, the fish farm turned a small profit. Other pioneers followed Vuon’s example. By 2004, some 20 families in Tien Lang district were developing fish farms covering approximately 250 hectares of previously worthless land. Vuon himself had reclaimed a further 11 ha from the sea, increasing his family enterprise to 20 ha of ponds altogether.
In 2005, however, the fish farmers of Tien Lang received a shocking notice from the district administration. The swampland that they had rented would be repossessed when their leases expired, it said. There would be no compensation for improvements.
Undeterred, the district authorities reneged on the bargain. No sooner had the farmers withdrawn their complaint than the district declared the local court’s ruling still valid. Again it pressed Vuon to hand over his fish farm. Driven to desperation, Vuon resolved to fight back. When police, reinforced by soldiers – 80 armed men altogether – moved in on his farm on the morning of January 5, Vuon and his family fired the shots that roused the nation.

It’s not so clear what will happen next. Vuon’s fish farm was devastated, three houses bulldozed and a quarter million dollars’ worth of mature fish looted by strangers. Vuon and his brother are in jail, charged with attempted murder of police officers who were carrying out their duties.
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Old February 3rd, 2012, 02:15 AM   #1104
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This is the problem with Vietnam. It is a repeat of human history. There are too many unproductive Vietnamese in who are in positions of power who take from those who are productive - destroying wealth in the process. The land was nothing before and will one day become nothing again if those who know how to generate wealth are destroyed. Property rights, rule of law, and small but efficient governments.


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was it you who said this years ago: "it works against all interests to bring down the current governemnt"???????
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Old February 3rd, 2012, 04:50 AM   #1105
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was it you who said this years ago: "it works against all interests to bring down the current governemnt"???????
yes ??????????? why don't you go read to a book to find out why????????
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Old February 3rd, 2012, 04:52 AM   #1106
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yes ??????????? why don't you go read to a book to find out why????????
because you haven't received your cheque from the Ministry of the Communist Propaganda office send to you this month yet?
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Old February 7th, 2012, 03:16 AM   #1107
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http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-...06-706411.html

FEBRUARY 6, 2012, 7:48 A.M. ET.Collective Brands To Open Payless Stores In S Korea, Thailand, Vietnam
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Old February 7th, 2012, 05:12 AM   #1108
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I see Viet Cong lover Doehomey is still showing his ass for the world to see!! When a person doo doo in his pants and does not clean up. Anyone nears him can smell his shit because he did not wipe his behind. VC pooped all over Vietnam and we in the civilized world can smell VC poop all the way in North America. Doehomey is one of uncle Ho's poop droppings!

Kind of sad isn't it? This is the 21st century and we still have retards in Vietnam waving their retarded red sickle and hammer flag as if this is the 19th century. Uncle Ho and the rest of the gang were too stupid, too gullible, too impressionable to realize the rantings of a loser German Jew was just silly dream but Viet Cong were so stupid they actually believe that it could work and so uncle Ho and the rest of little red dwarves plunged Vietnam into a half a century of wars and suffering never before seen in all of Vietnam history.

I'm glad Doehomey has carried on the tradition of Viet Cong stupidity for the next half century. His poop smells so bad to the rest of us but Doehomey still insists his commie poop is divine! LOL

Oh well, let's watch Viet Cong F* up Vietnam some more because a half century is not enough for Viet Cong to poop.
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Old February 7th, 2012, 03:44 PM   #1109
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was it you who said this years ago: "it works against all interests to bring down the current governemnt"???????
Did DoHomey say that? Yeah, sometimes he sounds like Hoang Huu Phuoc product of VC education. Life is long, he is an immature thinker now; but later in his life hopefully he will change his mind. People change their thinking all the time.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 07:08 PM   #1110
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February 9, 2012 1:28 pm
Japanese companies invest in Vietnam

By Ben Bland in Hanoi


http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3056c896-5...#axzz1luQGiERb
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Old February 10th, 2012, 05:47 PM   #1111
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http://english.vietnamnet.vn/en/busi...e-exports.html


Last update 09/02/2012 07:00:00 PM (GMT+7)


Vietnam likely to pass Thailand in rice exports

Thailand fell behind Vietnam in rice exports in January when it only shipped nearly 387,750 tonnes, about 13,000 tonnes less than Vietnam, according to its English newspaper The Nation.





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Old February 10th, 2012, 05:48 PM   #1112
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Dear All,

We would like to thank you for your comments and contributions to this thread.

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Old February 11th, 2012, 04:39 AM   #1113
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We would like to thank you for your comments and contributions to this thread.

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Dear Sir or Madam BetterFuture,

You're welcome. What do you mean by we? Is there some group or committee behind BetterFuture? If not, could it be something else? Should we all now address you as "Dear Sir and Madam BetterFuture?

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Old February 11th, 2012, 04:51 AM   #1114
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Old February 11th, 2012, 05:05 AM   #1115
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Dear Sir or Madam BetterFuture,

You're welcome. What do you mean by we? Is there some group or committee behind BetterFuture? If not, could it be something else? Should we all now address you as "Dear Sir and Madam BetterFuture?

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Old February 11th, 2012, 05:45 AM   #1116
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Did DoHomey say that? Yeah, sometimes he sounds like Hoang Huu Phuoc product of VC education. Life is long, he is an immature thinker now; but later in his life hopefully he will change his mind. People change their thinking all the time.
Thank you ForVietnam for bringing such maturity and wisdom to the discussion. Yes, people change all the time. They should if new data, facts, reasoning, and logic come into play. It often violently clashes with the old - usually lessons and experiences learned from their friends, parents, teachers, and priests. As the great Heraclitus stated, "All things flow, nothing abides. You cannot step into the same river twice, for the waters are continually flowing on. Nothing is permanent except change." Why is that so many do not change but demand instead that others change?

Someone like Doehomey can change. Doehomey will one day discuss history using fictional historical facts like Coolink! Doehomey will one day become as eloquent as one of your great flag wavers, Sheetdude-dude! Someday, Doehomey will become a high IQ individual like ForVietnam! But first, Doehomey must finish his Kim Chi, limburger cheese, and Vietnamese garum encrusted pizza!


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Whatever you guys eat, stop eating "mam nem", "mam ruoc",...in general cac loai mam except "fish sauce". People in advanced countries stays away from their stinky and unhealthy food. We don't find stinky foods in their diets anymore or rarely, only in tribal or inferior cultures stinky food is still popular.

Stinky food is not harmful to your health, but using it can be a good indicator of the population IQ.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 06:43 AM   #1117
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Thank you ForVietnam for bringing such maturity and wisdom to the discussion. Yes, people change all the time. They should if new data, facts, reasoning, and logic come into play. It often violently clashes with the old - usually lessons and experiences learned from their friends, parents, teachers, and priests. As the great Heraclitus stated, "All things flow, nothing abides. You cannot step into the same river twice, for the waters are continually flowing on. Nothing is permanent except change." Why is that so many do not change but demand instead that others change?

Someone like Doehomey can change. Doehomey will one day discuss history using fictional historical facts like Coolink! Doehomey will one day become as eloquent as one of your great flag wavers, Sheetdude-dude! Someday, Doehomey will become a high IQ individual like ForVietnam! But first, Doehomey must finish his Kim Chi, limburger cheese, and Vietnamese garum encrusted pizza!


shame is never in doehomey's book.............but coolink always is
I'm so touched........you're thinking about me always, ad mentioning my name.........basically you read all my posts in sillence

the thing is doehomey......we have pictures, real pictures to tell fictional history..........you? you have any picture to tell communist history?

don't talk about IQ when you came in the forum years ago and said........."we don't need internet to be educated, so the commmunist block internet should not stop us from learning"

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"it works against all interests to bring down the current government"

and

I'm Vietkieu living in Houston, yet I can't tell you why and how I came here
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Thank you ForVietnam for bringing such maturity and wisdom to the discussion. Yes, people change all the time. They should if new data, facts, reasoning, and logic come into play. It often violently clashes with the old - usually lessons and experiences learned from their friends, parents, teachers, and priests. As the great Heraclitus stated, "All things flow, nothing abides. You cannot step into the same river twice, for the waters are continually flowing on. Nothing is permanent except change." Why is that so many do not change but demand instead that others change?

Someone like Doehomey can change. Doehomey will one day discuss history using fictional historical facts like Coolink! Doehomey will one day become as eloquent as one of your great flag wavers, Sheetdude-dude! Someday, Doehomey will become a high IQ individual like ForVietnam! But first, Doehomey must finish his Kim Chi, limburger cheese, and Vietnamese garum encrusted pizza!
I knew it. Doehomey would dig deep for this post.
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Whatever you guys eat, stop eating "mam nem", "mam ruoc",...in general cac loai mam except "fish sauce". People in advanced countries stays away from their stinky and unhealthy food. We don't find stinky foods in their diets anymore or rarely, only in tribal or inferior cultures stinky food is still popular.

Stinky food is not harmful to your health, but using it can be a good indicator of the population IQ
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Old February 13th, 2012, 04:04 AM   #1119
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I knew it. Doehomey would dig deep for this post.
Fortunately or unfortunately your prognostication is incorrect. There may be many intelligent and insightful posts which you may or may not have contributed to this forum; but the only post which Doehomey's small brain can link ForVietnam with is the high IQ/ stinky food post because of its particular intelligence. You can be sure that this second post would be linked in Doehomey's brain as the wise and mature ForVietnam post for its wisdom.

For one with such wisdom gained from maturity and experience, your high IQ may have prevented you from dining or playing near many of the beautiful playgrounds Doehomey's God has created for you on Earth?

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Japanese companies invest in Vietnam

By Ben Bland in Hanoi


http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3056c896-5...#axzz1luQGiERb
Good opportunity for Vietnam. This will be far better and more superior than Chinese investments (all quality investments are good). Investors look for stability before they gamble with their money. The level of stability always change because the people and events change. Hopefully, the leadership can forecast and harness the change rather then fight it. As a reminder - property rights, rule of law, and small but efficient governments.

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“The Japanese government is also supporting diversification into Vietnam for geopolitical reasons.” ...

“Until recently, many Japanese manufacturers were looking to China, but it is more and more difficult because the currency is strong and wage costs are rising rapidly,” says Mr Yamaoka. “There are also political issues between Japan and China.” ...

A senior executive from a Japanese trading house with a presence in Vietnam says Japanese companies like the political stability of one-party, Communist-ruled Vietnam, which comes free of the historical animosity and present-day rivalry that looms over China-Japan relations.

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