Vietnam’s tourism going the wrong way: Tourists prefer green travel, not skyscrapers

vietnamnet 26/04/2019    09:58 GMT+7

More and more international-standard resorts and hotels have arisen in Vietnam, but these facilities are not what foreign travelers want. They visit Vietnam to ‘return to nature’.

Returning to Canada after a trip to Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam in 2005, David Hutt, an Australian businessman, decided to come back to the beautiful island with his family members to enjoy the white sand and blue sea, the palm trees covering part of the beach, and red-earth trails.

Vietnam's tourism going the wrong way: Tourists prefer green travel, not skyscrapers

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How will Huawei fare in Vietnam?

vietnamnet 26/04/2019    16:07 GMT+7

Vietnam, listed among the easy-to-conquer markets for Huawei, has also become tougher amid calls for boycott of Huawei all over the world.

Huawei, the biggest telecom equipment supplier in the world, is facing a global crackdown on its telecommunications equipment because of a series of incidents recently, including the Canadian government’s arrest of its Chief Financial Officer and the US ban on Huawei and ZTE equipment.

How will Huawei fare in Vietnam?

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