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July 18, 1988 | NICK B. WILLIAMS JR., Times Staff Writer
Tran Van Hung is one of the men Vietnam's economic renovators are counting on to spur private enterprise, but sometimes he wonders. "Life is very hard," moaned Hung in his shoe shop in Cholon, Ho Chi Minh City's Chinese business district. "With these kind of taxes, my back is going to break." According to Hung, municipal tax collectors are hitting him for 60,000 dong a month, up from 1,000 monthly a year ago. "From the earth to the heavens," he said of the increase.
BUSINESS
July 18, 1988 | NICK B. WILLIAMS JR., Times Staff Writer
Tran Van Hung is one of the men Vietnam's economic renovators are counting on to spur private enterprise, but sometimes he wonders. "Life is very hard," moaned Hung in his shoe shop in Cholon, Ho Chi Minh City's Chinese business district. "With these kind of taxes, my back is going to break." According to Hung, municipal tax collectors are hitting him for 60,000 dong a month, up from 1,000 monthly a year ago. "From the earth to the heavens," he said of the increase.
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