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What does VIE stand for?

VIE stands for Vietnamese (language)

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  • Military and Government

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HANOI/BEIJING, March 27 Kyodo (EDS: ADDING CHINESE NAVY REACTION IN 3RD GRAF) Chinese vessels gave chase and fired at a Vietnamese fishing boat in disputed waters in the South China Sea, prompting a protest and a demand for compensation from the Vietnamese government, Vietnamese state media said Tuesday.
Scope -- Historical value of the construction industry for 2006-10 and forecast figures for 2011-15-- Supporting text on individual markets and values for categories for 2006-10 and forecasts till 2015-- Profiles of top construction companies in Vietnam-- Important industry news Reasons To Buy -- Gain insight into Vietnam's construction industry with current, historic and forecast figures-- Gain insight into current, historic and forecast industry figures at individual market and category level-- Identify top Vietnamese construction industry players along with profiles of all those companies Key Highlights During the review period, the construction industry in Vietnam recorded significant growth, demonstrating a CAGR of XX.
The designation of a neighborhood in westernmost Canada as "Little Saigon" was meant to revitalize a few seedy city blocks, but has instead inflamed old North and South Vietnamese rivalries.
Ho Chi Minh, a Vietnamese nationalist (supporter of independent nationhood), petitions for Vietnamese self-determination.
Over the next twenty years, the Khmers maintained an uneasy alliance with Vietnamese troops in a civil war against Sihanouk and his successor, Lon Nol, that was marked by barbarism on both sides.
I was twenty years old in 1975 when Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese, and because I had served in the military police force for the South Vietnamese government, I was placed in a reeducation camp, where I stayed for almost a year.