The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a country in Southeast Asia, east of the Indochina Peninsula. Vietnam are the neighbors from the sea and land; It is adjacent to China, Cambodia and Laos by Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand. The area is; 331.688 km2. The Capital is Hanoi.
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong, Can Tho, Bien Hoa, Da Nang, Vung Tou, Buan MaThuot, Nha Tranh, Hue.
Vietnam is mainly an agricultural country and 70% of the working population is engaged in agriculture. The main products of the country are brass, rubber and coal. In the south are brass and rubber, and in the north coal is the main export goods. Great efforts are being made to develop plants of secondary importance. These are corn, tea, coffee, cinnamon, pepper, sugarcane, large coconuts, tobacco, raw silk and cotton.
Food, textile, mineral, chemical fertilizer, glass and rubber industries are Vietnam's major developed industries. The industrial production, which the colonial regime limited by violence at the time, is mostly intended for domestic consumption.
Products Exported by Vietnam
Broadcasting Equipments, Integrated Circuits, Telephones, Textile and Shoes and Computers.
Vietnam Import Products
Integrated Circuits, Telephones, Refined Oil, Lightweight Rubber Knitted Fabrics and Aluminum Bars.
Countries Exported by Vietnam
United States, China, Japan, South Korea and Germany.
Import Countries of Vietnam
China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore and Other Asia.
Living Nations in Vietnam
84% of Vietnamese people are of Vietnamese origin, 2% are Chinese, the rest are Muong, Thai, Meo, Khmer, Man and Cham. While there are many minority groups, the people of Vietnam have cultural unity. There is little difference between languages and customs in the north and south. In addition, there is little difference between ethnic groups in terms of physical appearance.
Languages spoken in Vietnam
Official language; Vietnamese. The French language, which is the official language in the colonial period, is still spoken by the educated Vietnamese. However, French is gradually replaced by English as a second language.