HANOI -- In a bustling street in Hanoi, a near-constant stream of customers flows in and out of a nondescript shop in search of daily necessities. The roughly 30-sq. meter space, packed to the brim with food and sundries, is among the thousands of small, traditional family-operated outfits that dominate Vietnam's retail landscape.
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