Tourism in Vietnam

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Tourism in Vietnam
Introduction
While Vietnam has not traditionally been one of the world’s leading tourist locations due to a long history of war and political instability, in recent years growth in the industry has begun changing the tourism landscape for the country. From 1999 to 2002, for instance, tourism increased by almost 1 million visitors from approximately 1.8 million to 2.7 million (Asa Berger 2005, p. 9). For the past five years, the trend has continued with Vietnam now ranking the 46th most popular tourist destination in the world. Overall, Vietnam offers a wide variety of natural and cultural attractions that are attracting more and more tourists each year. The current project is designed to provide a comprehensive analysis...
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