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Vietnamese man buys a piece of the American dream

Apr 15, 2012 By Margie Mason, The Associated Press

HANOI, Vietnam -- Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen flew to the U.S. for the first time, drove to a tiny, frigid trading outpost and bought his own piece ...


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Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen was the winning bidder for Buford, a town billed as the nation's smallest. Nguyen said he isn't sure yet what he'll do with the property, but he expects to use it to sell items made in Vietnam. Williams & Williams photo

Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen was the winning bidder for Buford, a town billed as the nation's smallest. Nguyen said he isn't sure yet what he'll do with the property, but he expects to use it to sell items made in Vietnam. Williams & Williams photo


Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen was the winning bidder for Buford, a town billed as the nation's smallest. Nguyen said he isn't sure yet what he'll do with the property, but he expects to use it to sell items made in Vietnam. Williams & Williams photo

Vietnamese businessman Pham Dinh Nguyen was the winning bidder for Buford, a town billed as the nation's smallest. Nguyen said he isn't sure yet what he'll do with the property, but he expects to use it to sell items made in Vietnam. Williams & Williams photo

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