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Vietnam's economy grew faster than any mature country last year, partly because of the trade war. Manufacturers are leaving empty factories in China and are fleeing to cities like Hai Phong.

U.S.-China Trade War Boosts Vietnamese City’s Economy

By Rob Schmitz NPR
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