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World media speak of Viet Nam's success in holding APEC meeting

(VNA) - International media, on Nov. 20, continued to post a series of articles, which highly value Viet Nam's economic achievements and its success in organising the 14 th APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting (AELM), which ended in Ha Noi on Nov. 19.

Photographs of APEC leaders in Vietnamese traditional costumes at the AELM's conclusion were posted on the first page of the Daily Mirror and Frankfurt Allgemein ( Frankfurt outlook), which are both German publications.

These newspapers also ran articles praising Viet Nams economy, saying that Viet Nam 's World Trade Organisation (WTO) accession as well as its successful organisation of the APEC meeting will give impetus to Viet Nam's strong economic development.

Frankfurt outlook carried an article on Viet Nam's economic hub of Ho Chi Minh city , affirming that the city, with the population of over 5 million people, has made a leap of growth in economy. The newspaper also praised efforts made by municipal youth who are actively contributing to the city's economic achievements.

The Wall Street Journal of the United States posted a story telling that the APEC meeting is an opportunity for Viet Nam to raise its prestige in the world as well as attract more foreign investment. Over 1,200 foreign business leaders came to Viet Nam seeking investment opportunities, the newspaper said, adding that a series of contracts were signed between businesses of Viet Nam and the US.

Meanwhile, in an article published by the Financial Times of the United Kingdoms , the author, Florian Gimbel, affirmed that when Asia-Pacific economic leaders attended the APEC meeting, Viet Nam was happy to dispel fears that its economy was seeing just another false dawn.

The article also quoted Don Lam, co-founder of VinaCapital, a Viet Nam-focused investment banking boutique and fund manager as saying that Viet Nam has metamorphosed into one of the world's leading exporters of rice, coffee, rubber, pepper and palm oil. Viet Nam has attracted hundreds of companies from Taiwan and Japan , he said./.

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