By  on October 8, 2010

Ho Chi Minh City— Thirty-five years after the war's end, many people still associate Vietnam with conflict, not beauty.

But this country, one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, has experienced massive changes over the last few decades. Since Vietnam ended its self-imposed isolation in 1986, there has been a substantial and ongoing liberalization of the country's economy and social freedoms. What's more, foreign investments are pouring into the country, and its very young population's income levels are rising.

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