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Formally the country of Vietnam is known as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. In the east corner nation of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia is Vietnam. The countries which have boundaries with Vietnam are in the north it has People's Republic of China (PRC), in the northwest it has Laos, in the southwest it has Cambodia and in the east it has South China Sea or East Sea. In the world the population of Vietnam is the 13th largest. The battle of Bach Dang River bought the freedom from China in the country of Vietnam in about AD 938. Consecutive empires boomed in to with growth in its geographic and political intensely into Southeast Asia. In the mid-20th century the opposing to French led to removal of Vietnam from the nation. In 1975 North Vietnamese successfully achieved independence. Rising from this long-drawn-out military commitment, the combat destroyed country was politically inaccessible. In 1986, the regime set up fiscal and political transformation and initiated a course in the direction of worldwide reintegration. From the year 2000 the economic condition is swiftly improving. It is a member of the World Trade Organization.

Vietnam Recreation, Culture and Attractions

The culture in the country of Vietnam mainly dominates the farming of wet rice. The direct ancestors for the Vietnam's culture are believed to be the early Bronze Age. The politics, regime and Confucian communal and proper principles are in major dominated by that of Chinese. The nation of Vietnam is represented as a portion of the East Asian Cultural Sphere. The native culture of Vietnam was modified with the country gaining the freedom. Catholicism was developed at the time of French rule. In Vietnam Latin language is to put in writing the national language. The nations like the Soviet Union, China, Cuba and others have its impact on civilization of Vietnam. The nation got new experience of the culture and media of Asian, European and American from 1990s. The dragons, turtles, lotuses and bamboo have its significance in Vietnamese culture. The cuisine of Vietnam mainly includes rice, soy sauce, and fish sauce. In its cuisine it utilizes several vegetables with minute quantity of oil. The New Year Tat is celebrated as a prominent festival. The traditional Vietnamese wedding is very popular and has significance of its own values. Hanoi, Saigon, the old imperial capital of Hue, World Heritage Sites of Hoi An and the Cham temples of Ma Son, the coastline such as Nha Trang, the caves of Halong Bay, Marble Mountains, Phong Nha cave, Ha Long Bay, Nha nhac, Space of Gong culture in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, Ca trù and Quan ha are some of the most visited attractions of Vietnam country. Football or soccer is very prominent and famous in Vietnam. Other well liked sports in Vietnam nation are volleyball, badminton, wrestling, bicycling, chess, and dominoes. The nation of Vietnam takes part in Olympic Games from the year 1952. Billiards is well played here.

Vietnam Demographics

Vietnam Total Population - 90,549,390
Vietnam Total Male Population - 45,168,885
Vietnam Total Female Population - 45,380,505
Vietnam Kinh (Viet) Population - 77,600,827
Vietnam Tay Population - 1,720,438
Vietnam Thai Population - 1,629,889
Vietnam Muong Population - 1,358,240
Vietnam Khmer Population - 1,358,240
Vietnam Mong Population - 1,086,592
Vietnam Nung Population - 996,043
Vietnam Others Population - 4,799,117

Vietnam Education

The education system has developed gradually in Vietnam. The nation has widespread system of schools, colleges and universities which are both public and privately organized. The education system is classified into five parts. They are Kindergarten, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and college/university. The language of medium used largely is Vietnamese. Measures are been taken by regime to boost the national literacy rate. To expand an assorted and trained national workforce the nation of Vietnam has built several colleges. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are incorporated with major colleges and universities of Vietnam. There had a holistic modification commenced by the regime of Vietnam. The education is not offered free of cost. Officially education lasts for twelve years. Primary education has five years of learning, intermediate education has four years of learning, and secondary education has three years of learning. Now Vietnam is struggling to renovate its education system. English is taught as the language of business.

Vietnam Symbols

Vietnam state Flag
Vietnam Flag
Vietnam state Flower
Vietnam Flower
Red Lotus
Vietnam state Tree
Vietnam Tree
Vietnam state Animal
Vietnam Animal
Vietnam state Animal
Vietnam Animal
Water Buffalo
Vietnam state Anthem
Vietnam Anthem
'Army March'

Vietnam History

The native people of Vietnam are inheritor s of nomadic Mongols. They were the travelers from China and Indonesia. Legendarily the nation of Vietnam was found in around 2879 B.C. by Hung Vuong. Initiating in 111 B.C. to 15th century the country was powered by China. The nation was named as Nam Viet. The Portuguese people arrived in the nation. The nation was separated into three regions. They were in the south there was Cochin-China, in the central region there was Annam, and in the north there was Tonkin. In the starting of 19th century France took hold of the three regions of Vietnam. The three regions were merged by France. The three regions had some domestic variations among them. In 1940 Japan over powered the military forces in Vietnam. A combined regime inside the French Union in the former Annamite emperor was anticipated by Paris. This was inoperative maintained by Ho and the Vietminh. On May 5, 1954 northwest Vietnam was separated as a result of sour overwhelm at Dien Bien Phu. The hostility was turned into a complete war, with rising U.S. concern. On Nov. 1, 1963 a U.S military achievement was reached. In the year 1968 Tet's combat was strongly held. In 1970 US contribution came to an end. On Jan. 27, 1973 a harmony conclusion was marked in Paris. A war was finished on April 30 1975. Conflicts among Vietnam and Cambodia were deepened in 1977.

Vietnam Tourism

Around 3.77 million worldwide visitors visited Vietnam in 2009. Over the previous ten years Vietnam's amount of tourists for tourism and holiday devises augmented progressively. The initiatives of the administration and private are financing investment into the coastal provinces that are previously prevalent for their beaches and boat excursions. The Prevalent terminuses comprise Hanoi, Saigon, and the ancient imperial capital of Hue, World Tradition Locations of HoiAn and the Cham shrines of Ma Son, the shoreline such as Nha Trang, The hollows of Halong Bay, Marble Mountains, and several additional locations. Innovative ventures are endowed, as tourism proliferation is significance in Vietnam. With the largest artificial sea in Southeast Asia a tourism complex in Binh Duong is constructed. Joe Jackson, the father of pop star Michael Jackson joined a ground breaking ritual on Valentine's Day 2011. The area's major amusement complex, a five-star inn and enjoyment park called "Happy land" in which Jackson has financed welfares on it. The $2 billion venture has been intended to provide accommodations around 14 million tourists yearly. From Ho Chi Minh City a region approximately 20 minutes, is situated in southern Long .By 2014 it is estimated that the venture will be completed.

Vietnam Transportation

The transportation in Vietnam has been developing steadily. There is French influence on transport system of Vietnam. The system of transport comprises of airways, waterways and roadways. The road system is used largely. The road system is incorporated with the central level, the provincial level, the district level and the commune level. Mainly bicycles, motor scooters and motorcycles are the easiest and accessible way of transport in Vietnam. For public transportation, Buses is handy and economical way of communication. The Reunification Express was initiated in Vietnam. It covers about 2,000 kilometers. In 1880, the railway system in Vietnam was started. Traveling by train in Vietnam is time consuming. There are 7 railway lines covering about 2,632 km. The country of Vietnam is rich in ports. There are seven ports. They are Cam Ranh, Da Nang, Hai Phong, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Gai located in Halong City, Qui Nhon, and Nha Trang. Rural living has been improved by the utilization of ports. The major ports of Vietnam are Cam Ranh, Chi Minh City, Hai Phong and Da Nang. There are around 17 airports in Vietnam. Noi Bai situated in Hanoi, Da Nang International Airport situated in Da Nang City and Tan Son Nhat situated in Ho Chi Minh City is the international airports in Vietnam. The busiest airport of Vietnam country is Tan Son Nhat international airport.

Vietnam Taxes

Vietnam Country Income Tax - 35%
Vietnam Country Corporate Tax - 25%
Vietnam Country Sales Tax / VAT Rate - 10%
Vietnam Country Social security contributions Tax - 19%

Vietnam Universities

Foreign Trade University, or FTU, Hanoi, Vietnam 10,000 - Students
Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Hai Ba Trung dist, Hanoi, Vietnam 40,363 - Students
National University of Civil Engineering, 55 Giai Phong Road, Hanoi, Vietnam 36,380 - Students
Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 35,391 - Students
University of Da Nang, Da Nang, Vietnam 35,000 - Students

Vietnam Religions

Vietnam Buddhism Population is 85%
Vietnam Christianity Population is 8%
Vietnam Cao Dai Population is 3%
Vietnam Other Religion Population is 4%

Vietnam Provinces

Ha Noi, Vietnam Population - 6,451,909
Ha Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 724,537
Cao Bang Province, Vietnam Population - 507,183
Bac Kan Province, Vietnam Population - 293,826
Tuyen Quang Province, Vietnam Population - 724,821
Lao Cai Province, Vietnam Population - 614,595
Dian Bien Province, Vietnam Population - 490,306
Lai Chau Province, Vietnam Population - 370,502
Son La Province, Vietnam Population - 1,076,055
Yen Bai Province, Vietnam Population - 740,397
Hoa Bình Province, Vietnam Population - 785,217
Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam Population - 1,123,116
Lang Son Province, Vietnam Population - 732,515
Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,144,988
Bac Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 1,554,131
Phú Tha Province, Vietnam Population - 1,316,389
Vinh Phúc Province, Vietnam Population - 999,786
Bac Ninh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,024,472
Hai Duong Province, Vietnam Population - 1,705,059
Hai Phong, Vietnam Population - 1,837,173
Hung Yen Province, Vietnam Population - 1,127,903
Thai Bình Province, Vietnam Population - 1,781,842
Ha Nam Province, Vietnam Population - 784,045
Nam Danh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,828,111
Ninh Bình Province, Vietnam Population - 898,999
Thanh Hoa Province, Vietnam Population - 3,400,595
Ngha An Province, Vietnam Population - 2,912,041
Ha Tinh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,227,038
Quang Bình Province, Vietnam Population - 844,893
Quang Tra Province, Vietnam Population - 598,324
Thaa Thien-Hua Province, Vietnam Population - 1,087,420
Da Nang, Vietnam Population - 887,435
Quang Nam Province, Vietnam Population - 1,422,319
Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam Population - 1,216,773
Bình Danh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,486,465
Phú Yen Province, Vietnam Population - 862,231
Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam Population - 1,157,604
Ninh Thuan Province, Vietnam Population - 564,993
Bình Thuan Province, Vietnam Population - 1,167,023
Kon Tum Province, Vietnam Population - 430,133
Gia Lai Province, Vietnam Population - 1,274,412
Dak Lak Province, Vietnam Population - 1,733,624
Dak Nong Province, Vietnam Population - 489,382
Lam Dang Province, Vietnam Population - 1,187,574
Bình Phuac Province, Vietnam Population - 873,598
Tay Ninh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,066,513
Bình Duong Province, Vietnam Population - 1,481,550
Dang Nai Province, Vietnam Population - 2,486,154
Ba Raa-Vung Tau Province, Vietnam Population - 996,682
Thanh pha Ha Chi Minh, Vietnam Population - 7,162,864
Long An Province, Vietnam Population - 1,436,066
Tian Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 1,672,271
Ban Tre Province, Vietnam Population - 1,255,946
Tra Vinh Province, Vietnam Population - 1,003,012
Vinh Long Province, Vietnam Population - 1,024,707
Dang Thap Province, Vietnam Population - 1,666,467
An Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 2,142,709
Kien Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 1,688,248
Can Tho, Vietnam Population - 1,188,435
Hau Giang Province, Vietnam Population - 757,300
Soc Trang Province, Vietnam Population - 1,292,853
Bac Lieu Province, Vietnam Population - 856,518
Ca Mau Province, Vietnam Population - 1,206,938

Vietnam Government

The government of Vietnam is structured as a single-party socialist republic. In the year 1992 a fresh constitution was established. The Vietnamese Communist Party has the command over each and every political groups of Vietnam. The regime in the country of Vietnam has no executive, legislative and judicial branches in it. Politburo of fourteen incorporates the communist party. The Party General Secretary, member standing of the Secretariat, State President, Prime Minister and Chairman of the National Assembly are the chief associates of Politburo. Daily execution of Politburo is done by the Party Secretariat. The state ostensibly is directed by the President of Vietnam. He is the supposed leader in chief of the military of Vietnam, chairing the Council on National Defense and Security. The regime in the Vietnam nation is run by the Prime Minister. The Vietnam country has unicameral legislature of the regime. It consists of 498 associates in it. The Supreme People's Court of Vietnam is liable to the National Assembly. The term for the associates of the National Assembly and for the President is five years.

Vietnam Parks

The country of Vietnam comprises of about 30 National Parks in it. The National park of Hoang Liên initiated in 2002 covering an area of 298.45 is situated in Lao Cai of the Tay Bac Region. The National park of Ba Ba initiated in 1992 covering an area of 76.10 is situated in Bac Kan of the Dong Bac Region. The National park of Bai Ta Long initiated in 2001 covering an area of 157.83 is situated in Quang Ninh of the Dong Bac Region. The National park of Xuan Son initiated in 2002 covering an area of 150.48 is situated in Phú Tha of the Dong Bac Region. The National park of Tam Dao initiated in 1996 covering an area of 368.83 is situated in Vinh Phúc, Thai Nguyên, Tuyên Quang of the Dong Bac Region. The National park of Ba Vì initiated in 1991 covering an area of 73.77 is situated in Ha Tay of the Red River Delta Region. The National park of Cat Ba initiated in 1986 covering an area of 152.00 is situated in Hai Phong of the Red River Delta Region. The National park of Cúc Phuong initiated in 1994 covering an area of 222.00 is situated in Ninh Bình, Thanh Hoa, Hoa Bình of the Red River Delta Region. The National park of Xuan Thay initiated in 2003 covering an area of 71.00 is situated in Nam Danh of the Red River Delta Region. The National park of Ban En initiated in 1992 covering an area of 166. is situated in Thanh Hoa of the Bac Trung Ba Region. The National park of Pù Mat initiated in 2001 covering an area of 911.13 is situated in Ngha An of the Bac Trung Ba Region. The National park of Vu Quang initiated in 2002 covering an area of 550.28 is situated in Ha Tinh of the Bac Trung Ba Region. The National park of Phong Nha-Ka Bang initiated in 2001 covering an area of 857.54 is situated in Quang Bình of the Bac Trung Ba Region. The National park of Bach Ma initiated in 1991 covering an area of 220.30 is situated in Thaa Thiên-Hua of the Bac Trung Ba Region. The National park of Chu Mom Ray initiated in 2002 covering an area of 566.21 is situated in Kon Tum of the Tay Nguyên Region. The National park of Kon Ka Kinh initiated in 2002 covering an area of 417.80 is situated in Gia Lai of the Tay Nguyên Region. The National park of Yok Don initiated in 1991 covering an area of 1155.45 is situated in Dak Lak of the Tay Nguyên Region. The National park of Chu Yang Sin initiated in 2002 covering an area of 589.47 is situated in Dak Lak of the Tay Nguyên Region. The National park of Bidoup Núi Ba initiated in 2004 covering an area of 648.00 is situated in Lam Dang of the Tay Nguyên Region. The National park of Cat Tiên initiated in 1992 covering an area of 738.78 is situated in Dang Nai, Lam Dang, Bình Phuac of the Dong Nam Ba Region. The National park of Bù Gia Map initiated in 2002 covering an area of 260.32 is situated in Bình Phuac of the Dong Nam Ba Region. The National park of Con Dao initiated in 1993 covering an area of 150.43 is situated in Ba Raa-Vung Tau of the Dong Nam Ba Region. The National park of Lo Go Xa Mat initiated in 2002 covering an area of 187.65 is situated in Tay Ninh of the Dong Nam Ba Region. The National park of Tram Chim initiated in 1994 covering an area of 75.88 is situated in Dang Thap of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of U Minh Thuang initiated in 2002 covering an area of 80.53 is situated in Kiên Giang of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of Mui Ca Mau initiated in 2003 covering an area of 418.62 is situated in Ca Mau of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of U Minh Ha initiated in 2006 covering an area of 82.86 is situated in Ca Mau of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of Phuac Bình initiated in 2006 covering an area of 198.14 is situated in Ninh Thuan of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of Núi Chúa initiated in 2003 covering an area of 296.73 is situated in Ninh Thuan of the Mekong Delta Region. The National park of Phú Quac initiated in 2001 covering an area of 314.22 is situated in Kiên Giang of the Mekong Delta Region.

Vietnam Geography

On the eastern boundary of the Indochinese headland Vietnam is situated and conquers around 331,688 square kilometers, of which around 25 % was underneath agriculture in 1987. The Gulf of Tonkin, and South China Sea, alongside China, Laos, Cambodia and the Gulf of Thailand is surrounded by it. The country is S- shape designed and it has a north-to-south distance of 1,650 kilometers and is around 50 kilometers varied at the narrowest point. By the way of the borderline of its regional waters, with a shoreline of 3,260 kilometers, rejecting isles, Vietnam prerogatives 12 marine miles (22.2 km; 13.8 mi) and an supplementary 12 marine miles (22.2 km; 13.8 mi) as a adjoining duties and safety zone, and 200 nautical miles (370.4 km; 230.2 mi) as an limited monetary sector. The frontier with Laos was settled in the mid-seventeenth era on both the traditional and environmental source, among the sovereigns of Vietnam and Laos. A position was officially demarcated by an allocation agreement hired in 1977 and approved in 1986. In 1867 the French invasion of the western portion of the Mekong River Delta was well-defined at the period throughout the boundary with Cambodia remained basically unaffected in the 1982-85 eras until numerous unsettled boundary problems remained lastly established, according to Hanoi. Underneath the France-China agreements of 1887 and 1895, the terrestrial and marine borderline with China, has demarcated and recognized by Hanoi that China approved in 1957-58 to respect is "the frontier line". Hanoi criticized that from 1957 onward China had provoked numerous border incidents as part of its anti-Vietnam policy and expansionist designs in Southeast Asia in February 1979, following China's limited invasion of Vietnam. Requested by both countries in a dispute left unresolved in the 1980s, among the territorial infringements cited was the Chinese occupation in January 1974 of the Paracel Islands.

Vietnam Economy

Ever since the mid-1980s, through the "Dai Mai" reorganization era, the economy of Vietnam is an unindustrialized planned-market economy. Vietnam has prepared a change from a highly-centralized prearranged economy to a socialist-oriented market economy which smears together through directive and indicative scheduling. As a portion of globalization currently Vietnam is in the era of assimilating into the world's budget, over that era, the economy has dexterous prompt expansion. In Southeast Asia Virtually all Vietnamese initiatives are SMEs, Vietnam has remained increasing as a prominent cultivated exporter and an attractive foreign speculation terminus. The insignificant GDP touched $104.6 billion, with minimal GDP per capita of $1218 in 2010. The Vietnamese budget determination converts into 17th major economy in the biosphere with insignificant GDP of $ 436 billion and minimal GDP per capita of 4,357 USD by 2025, bestowing to a projection in December 2005 by Goldman-Sachs. Vietnam might be the firmest increasing of developing economies by 2025, rendering to a prediction by the Pricewaterhouse Coopers in 2008. By a prospective progression frequency of nearly 10% per annum in existent dollar positions that might thrust it up to about 70% of the extent of the UK economy by 2050.