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Vietnam is one of the most expensive countries in the world for real estate investment.
But the Vietnamese are also a very savvy bunch.
For one thing, they have the highest level of property ownership in Southeast Asia.
The average property in the country is worth more than US$1.2 million.
This wealth of land is shared amongst the Vietnamese people.
They have also managed to develop a fairly good property market.
A survey of 10,000 people in Vietnam found that the median price of a house is around $1 million.
And the average value of a home in Vietnam is now about US$7.6 million.
The median income in Vietnam has risen from US$20,000 in 2011 to US$30,000 today, and many are now millionaires.
The Vietnamese people are also extremely wealthy.
The country is ranked fifth in the World Economic Forum’s ‘Worlds Billionaires’ ranking, with more than 200,000 millionaires.
These millionaires are also heavily concentrated in cities such as Ho Chi Minh City, the capital of Vietnam’s North.
Ho Chi Mo City, however, is not exactly the capital for the rich.
Its name means ‘the heart of the city’ and the city is home to the most powerful government in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minhs capital is the Ho Chi Pham district, located in the south-east of the country.
The district is home of a large number of small businesses and even a few hotels, but the majority of Ho Chi minhs wealth is derived from the city.
Ho Chum City, home to some of Vietnams richest and most well-known people, is located in Ho Chi Mien Province, on the border with Laos.
Ho Chum is a centre of social activity and an important economic hub for the countrys north.
The city has a population of about 30 million and is divided into five regions: north, south, east, west and east.
The south is home for the majority Vietnamese population, with a population density of about 25,000, while the west is home by far for the richest and wealthiest Vietnamese, with the majority living in the west.
Hoi An Province is home mainly to the Vietnamese who live in the eastern part of the province, and the rest live in Hoi Nha, the western part.
In Ho Chi Mi Province, a city of about 60,000 on the Hoi Tham Province border, the richest Vietnamese in Vietnam are also concentrated in the city of Ha Nang.
It is here that the richest men in Vietnam live.
Ha Nong, the country’s third largest city, is home most of the wealthy people in Ho Chums capital, the city called Da Nang, and it is also home to a number of important businesses.
The second richest city in Vietnam, Ha Nant, is also a hub of commerce and wealth.
In fact, most of Vietnam is so rich that people can live quite comfortably in Ho Mi and Ha Nan, while living in Ho Nang they would be stuck in the middle of the nation.
Ho Nangs capital, Da Nant is also the capital and financial centre of the entire country, and is a hub for all sorts of activities, from finance to manufacturing.
Ho Sang Province is also part of Ho Nant.
The capital city of Hoi Minh Province is Ho Chi An, which is the main trading centre in the province.
The main industries in Hoang Minh are tourism, construction and logistics.
The major industry in Hoan Minh is the banking industry.
Hoan Phong Province is one area that is relatively relatively undeveloped.
There are a number and varied industries in the district, including rice processing, iron ore mining, and construction.
Hoa Bin Province is another part of Vietnam where a lot of the major industries are concentrated.
Hoang Phong is home not only to the rice processing industry but also the iron ore and coal mining, which has a major influence on the country, as well as the steel and cement industries.
Ho Nan Province is an industrial area in the north of the Vietnam, where the most important industries are manufacturing, telecommunications and construction, while other areas include food production, agriculture and mining.
The Hoan Ho Province is a cluster of areas where a large part of industrial activity takes place, including a lot and lots of steel production.
Ho An Province has a lot more industrial activity, as it is home the vast majority of the factories in the region.
Hang Nha Province is the third largest province in Vietnam and has a large population of more than 150 million people.
It lies in the Hoang Nam Province.
Ho Ho Province, home of the Hoan Nha family, is the largest industrial city in the whole country, with an estimated population of over 100 million people and a huge economy.
The area is also one of Vietnam ‘s major industrial hubs.
In Hoi Yen Province, Hoan Than Province, the largest province, lies next to Hoan Mi Province.