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Vietnam tries to woo investors back

Credit Suisse organises a conference call between investors and Vietnam's top government and banking officials. The message: stick with us.
Given VietnamÆs volatility of late û which is prompting commentators to question if AsiaÆs new tiger has been declawed û itÆs not surprising that the government is attempting to turn the tide of negative opinion by doing some public relations.

It might be surprising to some, because Vietnam is a communist country, and communist countries arenÆt known for embracing public relations efforts. During the past few years, however, Vietnam has taken a far more progressive attitude towards presenting itself to the world. It has often paired with Credit Suisse to reach out to investors û consider its inaugural sovereign bond in 2005, which Credit Suisse helped make happen.

Late last week, it once again turned...
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