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  • McDonald's sets up golden arches in Vietnam

    Vietnam's very first McDonald's opened its doors to customers on Saturday in Ho Chi Minh City. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar was there for the launch and filed this report.

  • Is Vietnam the next big thing in Southeast Asia?

    After Fitch Ratings raised Vietnam's long-term outlook to 'Positive', Douglas Clayton, Managing Partner at Leopard Cambodia, explains why the Southeast Asian country presents a rosy picture for investors.

  • Workers at a shop selling paintings made from precious stone in Yen Bai, about 300 kms north of Hanoi.

    Mirroring Cleveland, not Mountain View, Calif., may be a more realistic way for developing economies to encourage entrepreneurship.

  • Super Typhoon Haiyan weakened considerably

    The typhoon in the Philippines on Friday killed 4 people, and the system now equivalent to a category 4 hurricane is headed towards Vietnam's coast, with CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Super Typhoon Haiyan heads to Vietnam

    Greg Postel, The Weather Chanel, reports Super Typhoon Haiyan is expected to make landfall this weekend in the Vietnam.

  • Vietnam investment plays

    Evrard Bordier, CEO at Bordier & Cie shares his strategy on investing in Vietnam.

  • Why has Vietnam been cushioned from EM outflows?

    David Roes, Chief Executive Officer at Asean Investment Management explains why Vietnam is one of the best performers among emerging markets this year.

  • Bank Indonesia missing market expectations: Pro

    Prakriti Sofat, Regional Economist at Barclays highlights the key loopholes that Indonesia's government and the central bank need to address in order to stop the current crisis.

  • Marc Faber

    The market is likely to head higher in the near term, but new highs can't be trusted, contrarian investor Marc Faber tells CNBC.

  • Advisors can appeal to an increasingly diverse consumer base by learning how to embrace cultural differences and hone interpersonal skills with distinctive groups.

  • Should You Invest in Vietnam?

    Kevin Snowball, CEO of PXP Vietnam Asset Management thinks the Vietnam market is cheap. He says the bad loans issue in Vietnam is manageable and concentrated in certain areas.

  • Where Did South East Asia Go Wrong?

    Joe Studwell, author of How Asia Works, explains why Asia is "an extraordinary laboratory of success and failures" in development strategy and says south-east Asia "got it all wrong".

  • Southeast Asian Markets

    Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he likes the Vietnam and Philippines markets.

  • Investing in Vietnam

    David Roes, Chief Executive Officer at Asean Investment Management says significant cash allocations to Vietnam aren't about to slow down anytime soon. He also shares his top stock picks with CNBC.

  • Vietnam - A Mini China?

    Kevin Snowball, CEO at PXP Vietnam Asset Management, explains how Vietnam is on the same path as China was 25 years ago, but he thinks Vietnam's economy will be more stable.

  • Still See Pockets of Growth In Emerging Asia: Pro

    Taimur Baig, Director & Chief Economist of Global Markets Research at Deutsche Bank, says Asia still has pockets of strong growth despite global regulatory uncertainty.

  • Investment demand for gold in Vietnam could be a quarter less in 2013 than last year as the government tightens its grip on the bullion market to stabilize the country's currency.

  • Should You Buy in Vietnam?

    Bill Stoops, CIO of Dragon Capital, is positive about the Vietnamese government's non-performing loan program and recommends investing in the country.

  • Owned by art, film and real estate mogul Zhang Baoquan, Tree Resort World on Sanya Bay bar marks the Chinese government's first tacit approval of a gaming concept outside of Macau.

  • Consumers Lead the Way as Philippine Economy Surges

    The gathering had the air of a post-mortem. About 100 executives and government officials listened quietly as Guillermo Luz poked holes in the Philippines' fairytale economic revival.