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Others take a more inclusive view regarding the geographic scope and membership of an East Asian community. “Skeptics” emphasize breadth over depth, favoring informal institutions over formal ones and find claims about regional identity as dubious. Still others take nearly as given the development of a Northeast Asian community, citing bottom-up processes through increased civil societal, economic, and political interaction. What is clear from these disparate views is that they all point towards some degree of institutional change for the region.
The rate of tourists coming for the purpose of trade business and relatives visit is getting higher every year. ) Thanks to the improvement of living standard and the policy of reducing working time, Vietnamese people have more chance to travel which makes the domestic tourism of the country reach to a significant growth as well. In 1992, the proportion of domestic tourists was 2 millions, in 2000 it became 11 millions and in 2010 it incredibly came up to 28 millions.
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