China's Reach Fuels Illegal Protests In Vietnam

Popular opinion has concluded that China will be the main beneficiary of pending economic policy in Vietnam, triggering two weeks of protests. Protestors fear the proposed economic zones will enable Chinese companies to take over the coast with little regard for the environment or fishermen.

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    Corrected - In Vietnam, distrust of government's China policy fuels protests. The demonstrations, which are technically illegal, sprung up for a second consecutive week on Sunday, stoked by fears that proposed coastal economic zones for foreigners would be beachheads for an invasion of Chinese businesses. The proposal makes no mention of China.
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