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VSVN Member Part of Prominent Book on Globalization

“…In 2000, the United States opened trade relations with Vietnam for the first time since the two countries stopped fighting. And it was then that Intel sent Than Trong Phuc home.

Phuc left Ho Chi Minh City on the last night it was called Saigon, in one of the last helicopters to take off from the roof of the American Embassy. Soon afterward, he was adjusting to life as a newly minted California teenager. Today, three decades after he fled Vietnam, he is the living embodiment of Intel’s shrewd strategy for expansion into developing countries…”

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