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According to Digital History (2009), “Between 1945 and 1954, the Vietnamese waged an anti-colonial war against France and received $2.6 billion in financial support from the United States.” The Unites States involvement in the Vietnam War with sending our troops into the war began when South Vietnam with the United States support refused to hold the unification elections. When this event happened it ,caused the Viet Cong to attack the government of South Vietnam. To support the government of South Vietnam our government sent in military advisors that by 1963 had increased to over 16,000. While many people believed that we should involve ourselves in the war there were many student protests
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The Vietnam War lasted through six presidents, 50,000 dead American Soldiers and 25 years of battle. In 1945 Vietnamese nationalist declared independence from France. In 1954 France surrenders 10,000. Vietnam splits, North and South. American’s thought that Vietnam was thought to be the gateway for China and Soviet Union. South Vietnam was thought to be vulnerable to attack from these countries. Ho Chi Minh wants to unify Vietnam. Eisenhower felt that South Vietnam was essential to western Security. John F. Kennedy wants to prevent South Vietnam from becoming communist. In 1962 Guerrilla control spreads across Vietnam. 25,000 American Advisors where sent over to show the South Vietnamese
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The Vietnam war started after the disagreements between the French, who had ruled Indochina before World War 2, and the communist Vietminh, founded and led by Ho Chi Minh. The communist Vietminh were determined to fight the French rule and make changes of their own.After the Americans had made the Japanese surrender in August of 1945, Vietminh soldiers took over the capitol city, Hanoi, forced Emperor Bao Dai out of power and replaced him with Ho Chi Minh. On September 2nd they declared themselves independent and announced the creation of North Vietnam. The French recognized the new state, but the French and Vietminh's disagreements eventually led to armed fighting in December 1946. With
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to pour in unlimited manpower, would main that we would face a situation which would be far more difficult than even that we encountered in Korea.'(Podherz 17).Many American people opposed the war and made it known publicly. The television was a big reason why people disapproved of the war. Television gave everyone the chance to see what war really was for the first time. Vietnam was television's first war. The television produced strong feelings about the war and disapproval of it. People had a war brought right into their living rooms, and with the war came the battles and the death. They were now seeing American boys dying in a country far away from home, and it didn't seem right, which
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have salvaged many from the tyranny of communism or unjust dictatorships. However, at times, it did only harm than good to keep the society on the right track. But these were lessons learned after several trials of failures of various spectrums of the United State’s policies. Now, history tells the future generations of young American politicians through the mirrors of past events such as the Korean War and the Vietnam War. These mirrors foretell what outcomes one would face if he finds himself stumbled onto the wrong course of intervention. One will also discover military supremacy is not all to influence a certain entity. Despite the evident proof of the past, there are politicians that
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Cold War, Vietnam War, Anti-WarI see the cold war as a time that America was very worried about communism and its influences around the world. The U.S. did not want the idea of communism to spread period, and were willing to do just about anything to stop it. Russia and China were to very strong countries that had grasp the idea of communism and the U.S. wanted the very opposite. These two different sides caused great problems, which leads to war, and in the end causes no immediate change for the parties.America's battle for containment will draw us in to a very bloody war called "Vietnam" a small country split in two sides north and south. South against communism, North fighting for
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Controversy over the Vietnam War
“South Vietnam is fighting for its life against a brutal campaign of terror and armed attack inspired, directed, supplied, and controlled by the Communist regime in Hanoi” (“Aggression from the”). The longest war, lasting from 1959 to 1975, the United States of America participated in had a total cost of fifty-eight thousand American lives and three million Vietnamese lives (Goldstein). These deaths are the result of the Vietnam War, a highly controversial battle. The Viet Cong are Vietnamese communist rebels who are under the leader, Ho Chi Minh (“Vietnam War”). He is a devoted communist who wants all of Vietnam to become a communist country. As a result
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The Causes of the Vietnam War
The Vietnam War is now considered as one of the most distressing moments during the 20th Century. The Vietnam War was caused by many factors that contributed to the war in Vietnam during the years of 1959 to April 30, 1975. This war just prolonged the struggles between nationalist forces attempting to unify the country of Vietnam. Most of the factors that contribute to the war were the beliefs by a lot of people who wanted to prevent Vietnam of becoming an Independent Country. There are many people who suffered a lot due to this war going on and still due to this day people still picturing
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The United States began to send troops to Vietnam to support French in 1950’s. During the following 25 years, the ensuing wars would cost 5 million people’s life and create a series of domestic tension in the U.S, like Vietnam War protest movement and the Military Draft. Even though the Vietnam War had been considered as the only war that American ever lost, but many Americans believed it was a noble cause. Like President Johnson had said in 1965, “We have made a national pledge to help South Vietnam defend its independence. To dishonor that pledge, to abandon this small and brave nation to its enemies, and to the terror that must follow, would be an unforgivable wrong.” But was it really
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Consequences of the Vietnam War
The ear in Vietnam had ended and on the 30th April 1975, the NLF took
control of Saigon and renamed it Ho Chi Minh City. President Thieu
resigned and fled the country. Vietnam became a united country and
elections were held in 1976 (20 years late). The Domino theory
continued into Laos and Cambodia but not Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia
and the Philippines. Apart from this short term effect, there many
short and long term effects on Vietnam once the Americans had left.
There a similar range of social, economic and political effects on the
Vietnam had many issues to deal with in the immediate aftermath
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The Vietnam War: A War Without Rules
Ever since America’s Civil War (1861-1865), no war had divided its countries citizens as much as that, until they got involved into the Vietnam War. American involvement in Vietnam resulted in deep divisions in U.S. society and remains a bad area in history and consciousness for many Americans. The Vietnam War was the legacy of France's failure to suppress nationalist forces in Indochina as it struggled to restore its colonial dominion after World War II. Led by Ho Chi Minh, a Communist dominated revolutionary movement was about to take place, the Viet Minh part of this communist group waged a political and military
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The women correspondents made up a vital part of the media during the Vietnam War. Almost three hundred American women were accredited to cover the war between the years of 1965 and 1975. About seventy-five of those women served as correspondents during the war, covering everything from human interest to combat. These women were strong, gutsy and worked hard. They worked in every journalistic medium - newspapers, magazines, wire services, and radio and television. The women worked for major news media organizations such as the Associated Press, The New York Times, ABC and NBC. They were awarded major awards for their work including a Pulitzer Prize and several George Polk awards. During
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The Vietnam War between USA with South Vietnam and North Vietnam with Viet Cong had lasted about 10 years and had many significant consequences. Therefore, it’s one of the most important wars in the recent years and has possessed many resonances so far. It is an unforgettable war for the USA because it has unexpectedly lost the war. The USA has lost the war against a fragile,undeveloped country which is North Vietnam. USA has lost the war against a fragile,undeveloped country which is North Vietnam. There has been a lot of controversies about this war so far. These controversies are concentrated on the moral dimension of the war. In other words, the experts and the analysts are concerned
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Vietnam was a Futile War. Do you agree or disagree?
The Vietnam War began in 1957 and ended in 1975. Vietnam itself was a small country in South-east Asia and was divided into Communist-ruled North Vietnam and non-Communist South Vietnam. North Vietnam and a group of Communist South Vietnamese guerilla rebels (called the Viet Cong) fought to take over South Vietnam. The United States allied with the South Vietnamese to try to stop this from occurring, but failed miserably. I firmly agree that this was a futile war as nothing productive or beneficial has been caused by the war whatsoever.
The American troops themselves were trained in the desert misguidedly. They did not
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The Vietnam War is truly one of the most unique wars ever fought by the
Unites States of by any country. It was never officially declared a war. It
had no official beginning or an official end. It was fought over 10,000 miles
away in a virtually unknown country. The enemy and the allies looked exactly
the alike, and may by day be a friend but by night become an enemy. It
matched the tried and true tactics of World War Two against a hide, run, and
shoot technique known as "Guerrilla Warfare." It matched some of the
best-trained soldiers in the world against largely an untrained militia of
untrained farmers. The United States' soldiers had at least a meal to look
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black coach calls: will you
heed it? On this dreadful night the faces of the accusers appear. Weighted guilt alleviated
by confrontation is mused. Will I ever see past the cracks in the mirror? Thoughts of the
Vietnam War will never allow for peaceful slumber. When will it ever end? A seven year’s
curse conjures clouds to cloak the response, leaving me alone with my thoughts, for only
the moon knows.
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After President Kennedy's assassination, Lyndon B. Johnson took on the presidency and the affairs in Vietnam. In August 1964, he secured from Congress the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, a declaration of war. In February and March 1965, Johnson certified the continued bombing, by United States aircraft, of targets that are north of the 17th parallel. On 8 March Johnson shipped 3,500 Marines to South Vietnam.From February 1965 to the end of United States involvement in 1973, South Vietnamese forces mainly fought against the Vietcong guerrillas. United States and allied troops fought the North Vietnamese in a war of slow destruction marked by battles victories for the non-Communist forces. During the
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Using the sources provided and your own knowledge, explain the varying responses to Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War.
The responses to Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War varied abundantly over its government, army, and many sections of the broader community, and created much controversy within Australian society. Majorities opposed to the idea when the Australian Government decided to introduce conscription for compulsory military service of 20 year olds in November 1964. The conscription issue involved its supporters, debates, protests and conscientious objectives. This essay will discuss the varying responses to Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War.
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Vietnam in South East Asia had always been a desirable country. Since
the 19th century, it was ruled by France and called Indo China. Apart
form one rebellion in 1930, France had total control of the country
until they surrendered to Germany in the Second World War in 1940.
Japan, Germany's ally, took control of Vietnam and the resources in
it, such as coal, rice, rubber, railways and roads. An anti-Japanese
resistance organization, which was called the Viet Minh and led by Ho
Chi Minh, a communist, was formed. At the end of the war, the Viet
Minh controlled the North Vietnam and had ambitions to control the
rest. Japan had gone when they entered Hanoi in 1945 and declared
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The Vietnam war of the 1960s was one of history’s greatest military conflicts, as well as one of the most controversial which ushered in a wave of extreme anti-war protestors. The Vietnam war was a direct result of the war waged between Vietnam and France from 1945 to 1954. The Vietnamese had been trying to declare independence from the French and after the peace conference in Geneva, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam had all gained their freedom and split Vietnam into North communist and South anti-communist regimes. When South Vietnam, who was backed by the United States had refused to hold unification elections after the specified two years following the Geneva Accords, the vietcong, or
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The Vietnam War, also known as the Second Indochina War, was in various ways a direct successor to the French Indochina War. The Vietnam War was an important war of the Cold War. It proved to be a battleground for Communism versus Capitalism.In 1954, when the Viet Minh had defeated the French colonial army at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam was given independence from French rule. Due to the Geneva Conference, Vietnam was split into North and South Vietnam. North Vietnam was supposed to be ruled by Ho Chi Minh, whereas, South Vietnam was to be under the Emperor Bao Dai. In 1955, the South Vietnamese monarchy had been eradicated, and Ngo Dinh Diem became the president of the South
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According to KULAKOV the Vietnam-Afghanistan war erupted because the Soviet leadership was informed about the deployment of an American medium range missiles in Europe by the North Atlantic Council. The leaders of the Soviet Union sent troops to Afghanistan and tried to support the national security interests. Major cities and centers of power were seized as a result of sending Soviet troops to Afghanistan. Other causes of the war were: betrayal of Ancient relationship, instability of Afghanistan, ethnic divisions within Afghanistan, perception of Muslim Regimes and US-Soviet competition during the cold war. The two wars
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Oliver Stone is best known from his portrayals of Vietnam in film. His movies “Platoon” and “Born on the Fourth of July” have won him Academy Awards for best director. These movies not only depicted the violence of war, but also the cultural and psychological issues that the soldiers in these wars had to endure. The majority of his earliest and best known movies center around the Vietnam War. Oliver Stone’s experience in the military gave him a special insight that made his movies feel more authentic and convincing to audiences. These movies portray the struggles that soldiers and veterans of the Vietnam War had to face on and off the battlefield.
Platoon is Oliver Stone’s first film
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assessment # 3 Asian ECONOMIES
unit: economic analysis & asian economies.
NAME STUDENT ID
SUBJECT: VIETNAM 2007
Word Requirement 3,800 =/- 5%
Word Count 3,960
Table of Content.
The following paper is on Vietnam and its business environment today and how it arrived at today’s trading conditions as a result of its history. While Vietnam is a governed by the VCP, Vietnam Communist Party & is a communist country by title, you can be excused for thinking you reading about a quasi capitalist dictatorship.
From a closed boarded war torn country in 1976 to 2005 when 65% of GDP is export merchandise. And
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important developments within the framework of friendly partnership, multi-faceted cooperation, mutual respect and mutual benefit. Political exchange and dialogue at various levels have been enhanced; two-way trade and US investment have vastly increased; notable achievements have been recorded in education and training, science, healthcare, environment and settlement of war consequences. Bilateral comprehensive and durable cooperation between Viet Nam and Canada has witnessed positive developments.
The EU has always been Viet Nam’s major economic, trade and investment partner. Vietnam and the EU are negotiating a comprehensive partnership and cooperation agreement to establish a new
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United States' Involvement in Vietnam
The end of World War Two was the beginning of America's worries about
Communism. They feared that it would spread throughout the countries
of the world. Because of this President Truman made the Truman
Doctrine. This said that America would help any nation threatened by
Communism. He said that he would lead 'containment' in the spread of
Communism and the Soviet Unions expansion. The doctrine came from the
USA believing that Eastern Europe was forced into Communism by the
Soviet Union. Therefore America saw it as their duty to help and
protect the other countries, which could be in the threat of
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The on-going war in Iraq has been a very unpopular war, even more still after rumors of a second draft made it to the ears of the general public late in 2004 and analysts starting making connections to Vietnam. Now, two years later more and more people are noticing the similarities between the two wars.Many will say that America was justified in going to Iraq. In the beginning the United States believed that their were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and that at the time intelligence pointed to Saddam Hussein as posing an immediate threat to America. The US also argued that Iraq was a terrorist state and the Iraqi people needed to be liberated and that Saddam and Osama Bin Laden had
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Media and American Withdrawal From Vietnam
The history of Vietnam is characterised by struggles for independence
since French rule in 1859 after the French took Saigon, and a great
ability in warfare and continual determined resistance to foreign
Major military involvement by American armed forces came after events
such as Russian communist revolution in 1917 and the Korean War in the
1950's; these events put the America people in a period of moral panic
with McCarthyism, and domino theory. After the French defeat and the
following Geneva conference in 1954, where only a verbal military
truce was agreed. Signs of further fighting and
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accepted by the market and foreign investors. The government has been encouraging investment in the poultry industry too. It is expected to grow by 38% by 2020. Therefore a lot of ancillary industries like animal healthcare are also on a rise. Due to the severe shortage of investment in this sector the laws have also become more investor friendly.
The economic conditions in Vietnam have undergone a significant transformation post the 1970 war. The once politically isolated and economically backward economy had transformed itself and has been focusing on growth. The government has been striving to drive economic development. It has also worked towards developing political
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Vietnam was split into North Vietnam, communist and South Vietnam, capitalist and used to be part of French Indo-China, occupied by the French. The leader of the Vietnamese communist was Ho Chi Minh who set up the league for the independence of Vietnam, this was named the Vietminh. The Vietminh set up guerrilla operations to defend against Japan and France in Northern Vietnam; they defended with success and later beat the French again with the clever guerrilla Warfare at Dien Bien Phu.
The lead to the Vietnam War was because of America’s fear of the domino theory coming into effect. This theory was that, due to neighbouring countries like China and North Korea falling into communism, then
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The Vietnam War had great political impact and led to deep division within Australian society. The Australian people were forced to take the issues about the Cold War, Vietnam and the arms race seriously because of Australia’s military involvement in Vietnam from 1962 to 1972. As a result, our fear of communism and of Asia increased dramatically.
Australia, occupying a large mass of land, yet having a small population had always lived in the belief that they were threatened some way by the foreign powers and this led to the formation of “The White Australia Policy”, which was set up in 1901. This policy clearly reflects the enormous fear of threats from the Asian countries
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DEPOSIT INSURANCE VIETNAM
I. INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE DEPOSIT INSURANCE OF VIETNAM (DIV) D e posit I nsu r a n ce of Vie t n a m ( DIV), a St at e- owned Financial I nst it ut ion of Viet nam was est ablished on Novem ber 9t h 1999. DIV s funct ion is t o safeguard t he deposit ors legit im at e right s and int erest s, t o cont ribut e t o t he st abilit y of insured deposit I nst it ut ions and ensure t he safe and sound developm ent of t he banking indust ry. DIV is a non - profit organizat ion, operat ing under Governm ent s Degree, and is not governed by t he Law on Financial I nst it ut ions and t he Law on Insurance. DI V is one of t he regulat ors of t he banking and
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APPLICATION OF ARIMA MODEL FOR TESTING
“SERIAL INDEPENDENCE” OF STOCK PRICES AT THE HSEC
Cao Hao Thi – Pham Phu – Pham Ngoc Thuy
School of Industrial Management
HoChiMinh City University of Technology
The paper is an attempt to test the “serial independence” of stock prices at HoChiMinh City Stock Exchange Center (HSEC) in Vietnam by applying the ARIMA model for preliminary assessment in terms of its market efficiency. From findings derived, it appears to be that: (a) ARIMA model could be applied for testing the serial independence of stock prices at the HSEC; (b) It is failed to prove that the HSEC market is not a weak-form efficient one; and (c) the
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Burma gained independence from Britain in 1948 and became a federal republic. Burma was for a long time a meeting point for trade between China, India, Tibet and Southeast Asia. The country has a considerable amount of natural resources in minerals (lead, zinc, copper, tin), precious stones (pearls, rubies), timber, petroleum and natural gas. The British lost control of Burma during World War II when the Japanese army occupied the country. The country is governed by the State Peace and Development Council and is an authoritarian military regime (they have about 500 000 soldiers on duty). This means that the country has one of the largest armies in Asia
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Culture different between Vietnam and The United
State of America
Hello, my name is Bin. Iâ€™m from Vietnam-a beautiful small country in Asia. When I first came to the U.S, I realized a lot of different things between the 2 countries, some fun but some kind of boring with me. I think the biggest different is culture.
We will see the different in celebration between Vietnam and the U.S. In Vietnam, the most important day or festival is Lunar New Year but in the U.S, I can see Christmas is more important than New Year. Let talk about Christmas first, many people in the United States celebrate Christmas Day on December 25. The
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It is my privilege to be here with you today representing the United Nations in Viet Nam. We appreciate the opportunity to participate with the Viet Nam Academy of Social Sciences in this event, and I would like to thank Prof Do Hoai Nam and Dr Nguyen Xuan Thang and all those at VASS who have contributed their time, effort and resources towards a better understanding of migration and its links to development and poverty reduction. I have no doubt your extensive research and unwavering support for evidence-based policymaking is of great value to the people of Viet Nam.
Todayâ€™s theme is of importance not only to Viet Nam, but also to many other countries around the world. In fact
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Local banks can take some fundamental steps to address Vietnam’s pressing non performing loan situation, writes Steve Punch, Financial Services director at KPMG in Vietnam.
Extensive literature has been written about the “true” level of non performing loans (NPL’s) in the Vietnamese banking system over the last 18 months.
The ongoing commentary has been both absorbing and humorous. The first red flag was raised by ratings agency Fitch in August, 2011. At the time, reported system NPLs for Vietnamese banks was about 2.7 per cent. But, Fitch estimated that 13 per cent was a more realistic number.
The State Bank governor acknowledged late last year that the real number was 8.82 per
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CHEESE IN VIETNAM
CHEESE IN VIETNAM
LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
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From 1941 to 1975 Vietnam struggled against foreign installed regimes. Assess the reasons why the Communists were ultimately able to prevail.
Vietnam was a volatile country throughout the mid to late 1900â€™s and became the first televised war which broadcast to millions of people every night. The country had imperial rule of the French until Japan took hold of the Vietnam during World War 2. At the end of the War French regained the colony although a stronger resistance cam from the north with Ho Chi Minh and his right hand man General Giap. After the loss of Dien Bien Phu where northern Viet army attacked a French base and won and dividing on the 17th parallel. This divided North and
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My HouseHave you ever been in the real paradise on the world? I have been there. It is my beautiful own house. My house is in suburb of Hanoi, within an hour drive off from the central city. I used to live there with my cozy family all the time of my childhood. Now, whenever I remember my childhood, I am filled with many pleasure memories in my beautiful large house surrounded with a lovely small garden.In my opinion, my house is really beautiful as a castle from paradise. The house painted green color, and it is very suitable with the garden and a pond surrounded. It has a living room, three bedrooms, a bathroom with shower, a kitchen and a toilet. The living room is decorated very
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India Investment Environment Analysis
India’s seven Institutes of Technology, or IITs, specialize in engineering and science. They were founded in the early 1950s to speed up the country’s technological development. Today they are ranked third-best in the world for technology after MIT and Berkeley (1). 除此之外印度在IT行业强大的技术背景也为家电行业提供了充分的技术保障。
2. 职业技能：no related accurate knowledge background with it
1. 基础建设 Infrastructure
Poor infrastructure is constraining it. Power cuts, water shortages, airport delays, overloaded ports, and overcrowded roads are a way of life. India’s inadequate infrastructure presents one of the biggest hurdles. E.g.Economic losses from
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ï»¿Vietnam Tyre Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019
Vietnam, one of the developing economies in Asia-Pacific with a population of about 90 million as of 2013, is emerging as a major market for automotive tyres. Due to continuous increase in the countryâ€™s per capita GDP, motorization level of Vietnam has been growing at a faster pace. As a result, the countryâ€™s vehicle parc has been swelling tremendously year on year. Considering the growing demand for vehicles, many domestic and global players are strengthening their footprint in the country by establishing manufacturing plants in Vietnam. Government of Vietnam, on its part, has inked WTO and AFTA agreements
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In the 19th century, the French had a great influence in Vietnam in different aspects including; culture, religion, ethics, economy, politics and government and nationalistic aspirations of the Vietnamese. The French ruled Vietnam from approximately mid-late 1800's until 1954 when Vietnam defeated the French. According by Edward Terry on the geocities website, the greatest influence in Vietnam was that of religion. Others may think differently, but this essay will explain how all different aspects had an impact on Vietnam and whether or not the French had a good or bad influence in Vietnam. According to the textbook Contested Spaces by Thomas Cantwell, French colonialism had a negative
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Vietnam War Essay
During 1968, the Vietnam War was a defining moment in American History. It was caused by many factors that contributed to the warfare in Vietnam during the years. Most factors were the beliefs held by people who wanted or to prevent Vietnam becoming an independent country. Many people suffered due to these beliefs and policies and that the Vietnam War is now considered as one of the most distressing moments in the 20th century. During this time, fear and suspicion were prevalent due to the decisions of the government, and battle occurring in Vietnam.
The Vietnam War had evolved from a civil war to a guerrilla war, and then ultimately became a total war. The Vietnam
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Unit 2 Individual Project
HIST105-1202A-17: U.S. History
American InterContinental University Online
April 1st, 2012
1. Analyze two to three (2–3) major consequences the conflict had on United States’ society.
The Vietnam War started during the end of World War II, Japan invaded and occupied Vietnam that had been under the administration of the French since the turn of the 20th century. The League for the Independence of Vietnam was formed by Ho Chi Minh to fight back the oppression of both the Japanese and French colonial administration. Japan eventually withdrew it's forces in 1945 leaving Emperor Bao Dai in control of an
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Women’s Role in Vietnam War: An Annotated Bibliography
Thesis: Women played a very significant role during the Vietnam War in the 1950’s and 60’s. Their active voluntary involvement which included mainly nursing was a big help for the United States soldiers as they aided South Vietnam during the war.
Elshtain, Bethke, Jean. Women and War. New York; Basic Books, Inc., Publishers. 1987.
Women who were voluntary nurses during the Vietnam War cared for the soldiers physically but also mentally. Often some soldiers late at night would come to the nurses and talk to them about their families at home or their significant other. These talks would help get the soldiers mind off the
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The Vietnam War was one of the main focuses of the 1960’s. It created much hype and controversy throughout the entire country and brought rise to some of the most tragic and memorable protests in the history of the United States.
During the time of the Vietnam War, our country had a military draft in place. The draft entailed that every boy in the United States, once he turned 18, was thrown into a pool of eligible people to be chosen at random and sent to war. This aspect alone caused much discomfort throughout the country. Although it was a time of war, there weren’t too many willing participants who were ready to fight for what was right.
Those in opposition of the draft did just
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months due to the Japanese surrendered to the Allies at the end of World War II. As the Empire of Vietnam diminishing, a group of Viet Minh rise to seize power and British try establishing control over Vietnam too, when they landed troops on October 1945. The French also try to re-establish in the following year but was unsuccessful. The Viet Minh grew in power with the aid of China, the French finally surrendered in 1954. After the French surrender, instead the country gain peace, it was split into North and South Vietnam. The country then entered the Vietnam War era which struggle for 21 years. The North was control by the Communist Party regime of Viet Minh and the South was established
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With regards to Vietnam under Kennedy's presidency, there are many arguments both for and against the idea of commitment trap, Kennedy certainly escalated military involvement in Vietnam but did he have a choice? Or had his predecessors committed him in Vietnam long before he came into the Whitehouse? There is no doubt that Johnson was the one who fully placed ground troops in Vietnam in '65 and created his legacy of 'Johnson's war', but did any of the previous presidents give him any other option except to stay? Also, was there any evidence of any moments when they could've pulled out? The commitment trap theory is widely acknowledged, with regards to Vietnam, by historians as it explains