The interest in the aluminum stockpile in Vietnam reflects the metal’s watershed moment as an era of oversupply gives way to shortfalls because of Chinese curbs on production.
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The boom in Bac Giang highlights how the shift in the world’s supply chains is touching regions previously left behind.
For the past three decades, Vietnam has known only good — or great — economic news. The nation’s consistent growth as an exporter pushed many into the middle class.
In a battle with China for influence and opportunity in Southeast Asia, Japan is making inroads on a new front: education. Japan is aggressively recruiting students from the region in hopes they will enhance economic ties with their home countries in the future. That's because ...