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Few countries have changed so much over such a short time as Vietnam. Less than forty years since the savagery and slaughter of the American War, this resilient nation is buoyant with hope. It is a country on the move: access is now easier than over, roads are being upgraded, hotels are spring up and Vietnam’s raucous entrepreneurial spirit is once again alive and well as the old – style communist system gives way to a socialist market economy. As the number of tourists finding their way here soars, the word is out that this is a land not of bomb crater and army ordnance but of shimmering paddy fields and sugar-white beaches, full-tilt cities and venerable pagodas – often overwhelming in its sheer beauty.
The Speed with which Vietnam’s population has been able to put the bitter events of its recent past behind it, and focus its gaze so steadfastly on the future, often surprises visitors expecting of the West. It wasn’t always like this, however. The reunification of North and South Vietnam in 1975, ending twenty years of bloody civil war, was followed by a decade or so of hardliner centralist economic rule from which only the shake –up of Doi Moi – Vietnam’s equivalent of perestroika – beginning in 1986, could awaken the country. This signaled a renaissance for Vietnam, and today a high fever of commerce grips the nation: from the flash new shopping malls and designer boutiques to the hustle and bustle of street markets and the booming cross – border trade with China. From a tourist’s point of view, this is a great time to visit – not only to soak up the intoxicating sense of vitality and optimism, but also the chance to witness a country in profound flux. Inevitably, that’s not the whole story. Doi moi is an economic policy, not a magic spell, and life, for much of the population, remains hard. Indeed, the move towards a market economic has predictably polarized the gap between rich and poor. Average monthly incomes for city – dwellers are around US, while in the poorest provinces workers may scrape by on as little as US a month – a difference that gulf between urban and rural Vietnam.
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