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In 2016, Vietnam’s GDP outperformed many fellow ASEAN countries by reaching 6.3% and the government expects the figure to reach 6.8% this year. This growth is reflected through the boom in electronic device sales among Vietnamese consumers as their disposable income increases. Furthermore, the government has lowered tariffs to facilitate FDI so that electronics giants such as Hon Hai Precision, Intel and Samsung have poured billions of dollars in their investment in this part of the world. Thus factory work is moving up in value, and electronics are replacing traditional industries such as garments and shoes. The trend will bring new skills, higher wages and more purchasing power for the people of Vietnam.

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