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What is the currency of Vietnam

 The currency of Vietnam is the currency of the dong, and it is the currency officially circulated in the Republic of Vietnam at the present time, noting that it is one of the currencies that cannot be converted. It is symbolized by the symbol, and it is divided into ten Hao.

 What is the economy of Vietnam:

The economic history of the republic witnessed radical transformations in terms of economic reforms after the end of the war in it, specifically in 1986 AD, during which the Vietnamese economy was transferred from a planned economy to a directed economy, in preparation for engaging in the network of economic globalization through small and medium-sized enterprises, noting that Vietnam It is characterized by its agricultural capabilities that attract foreign interest in the East Asia region.

Vietnam location:

Where the Republic of Vietnam is located in the southeastern part of the continent of Asia, where it is bordered by China from the northern part, and both Laos and Cambodia from the western part, and the origins of its inhabitants go back to Kinh, and it is noteworthy that there is a Chinese sect whose origins go back to the Ho Chi Minh region, specifically from Guangdong Province.

 Religion of Vietnam:

Where Buddhism is the official religion in the republic, as it is embraced by at least 85% of the Vietnamese people, and Catholicism comes in second place, followed by the Cao religion, along with both Christian and Islamic religions espoused by a few individuals in the southern and central parts of Vietnam .

 Vietnam culture:

As the Republic of Vietnam was greatly influenced by the culture of South China, as it is one of the countries of the tributary of China, where Confucianism is considered the basis of the Vietnamese, and with regard to language, the people of Vietnam speak the Vietnamese language, which contains many Chinese terms, and despite this it is noted that there is a clear distinction of Vietnamese culture from Chinese As it embraced the cultural models of neighboring civilizations, including the Hindu civilization, and it imprinted some of the customs left by French colonialism, such as drinking coffee and baguettes.