Nobody expects Vietnam to replace China as the world’s major exporter, but the Southeast Asian country certainly appears to be taking some of China’s business with the United States.
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As Washington sat entranced this week watching the impeachment hearings of President Trump, his defense secretary, Mark T. Esper, crisscrossed Southeast Asia, conducting a seemingly endless string of diplomatic engagements barely noticed back at home. But there was one common thread throughout it all: rising concern about how to handle an increasingly aggressive and powerful
“China is a sleeping giant. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will move the world,” warned the French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte centuries ago. Today, not only has China awakened, but it has shaken up the world, especially its southern neighbours. No country has grappled more excruciatingly with this geopolitical shock than Vietnam. For
Vietnamese small and medium-sized businesses need more help to enter major global supply chains, experts told a workshop on Wednesday.