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Morning Links: 701 Vietnamese Travelers Abandoned in Thailand

Here's what's making news around Vietnam this morning:

- Prostitution ring targeting foreigners busted in Vietnam metro [Thanh Nien]

- Gold Premiums in Vietnam Hit $217 Over Spot In Heavy Demand [Goldseek]

- Two women in Mekong Delta die of H1N1 [VietnamNet Bridge]

- 701 Vietnamese travelers abandoned in Thailand [Vietnam Investment Review]

- German comics on exhibition in HCMC [Tuoi Tre]

- Vietnam's state firms sitting on billions in uncollected dividends [Thanh Nien]

- Vietnam tourism hit by scam artists [ABC Radio Australia]

- Vietnam announces $553 million trade deficit in May [Daily Times]

- Vietnam to digitize national database [FutureGov]

-  Vietnam Stymied by Ongoing Port Headache [EBN]

- 160-year-old Gua tree recognized as Vietnam heritage [VietnamNet Bridge]

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