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March 2, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Russian President Vladimir V. Putin and Vietnamese President Tran Duc Luong signed a deal expanding strategic ties, a move that reunites Hanoi with its onetime communist benefactor and gives Moscow its strongest ally in Southeast Asia. Putin's visit to Hanoi, the first by a Russian or Soviet leader despite 50 years of diplomatic ties, has been lauded by Vietnamese officials but has seen muted public interest.
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March 2, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Russian President Vladimir V. Putin and Vietnamese President Tran Duc Luong signed a deal expanding strategic ties, a move that reunites Hanoi with its onetime communist benefactor and gives Moscow its strongest ally in Southeast Asia. Putin's visit to Hanoi, the first by a Russian or Soviet leader despite 50 years of diplomatic ties, has been lauded by Vietnamese officials but has seen muted public interest.
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September 25, 1992 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cao The Hien should be briskly ironing fabric in the Stormy Petrel Shoe Factory, learning a solid proletarian trade and earning money to help build socialism back home. But the 35-year-old assembly-line worker from Vietnam performs his task lackadaisically, preferring to conserve energy for his unofficial, after-hours job--hawking T-shirts at an outdoor flea market. "I'm in Moscow to earn money," Cao said, ignoring the manager who scolded him for slacking, "and I'll earn it any way I can."
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September 25, 1992 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cao The Hien should be briskly ironing fabric in the Stormy Petrel Shoe Factory, learning a solid proletarian trade and earning money to help build socialism back home. But the 35-year-old assembly-line worker from Vietnam performs his task lackadaisically, preferring to conserve energy for his unofficial, after-hours job--hawking T-shirts at an outdoor flea market. "I'm in Moscow to earn money," Cao said, ignoring the manager who scolded him for slacking, "and I'll earn it any way I can."
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