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Is south Vietnam communist or capitalist?

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Answered 2010-08-08 21:05:58

When the final United States troops pulled out of Vietnam, the North occupied and took over control of the area that was South Vietnam. On 2 July 1976 the two Vietnams were joined together under communist rule and officially named the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

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