Weekly roundup: Currency actions, sex trafficking, and taxes and bribery

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The new trading band was introduced a day after China, Vietnam's top trading partner, started a surprise devaluation of its currency.
A number of women in the Central Highlands have been tricked to go to China by traffickers with marriage proposals or lucrative job offers.
A new survey has found that when it comes to tax procedures in Vietnam, foreign companies are more likely to be asked to pay "unofficial fees."
With the growing spending power of its middle class consumers, the Vietnamese retail market is in need of new and modern outlets. 
The government is working on a plan to extend the validity of tourist visa for US citizens.
A group of micro-brewers brings a flood of new beers to a city not known for its variety.

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