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Hypnosis: A Selected Bibliography
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Suggested News Resources

Momo, a mobile payment firm in Vietnam, lands $28M led by Standard Chartered Bank
Vietnam is emerging as a technology market of note in Asia. Weeks after U.S.
Vietnam's Southern Delta Faces Worst Drought in History
Vietnam's southern Mekong Delta, the country's main rice growing region, is experiencing the worst drought and saline intrusion in recent history that has affected more than half a million people, officials said Thursday.
Vietnam's 'Lady Gaga' joins groups of dissidents and activists running for
Pop star Mai Khoi, dubbed "Vietnam's Lady Gaga" for her risqué outfits, is running for parliament along with a motley crew of dissidents and activists testing the limits in the authoritarian nation.
Colver was a door gunner in Vietnam
Eugene H. Colver, who was awarded the Bronze Star Medal twice for his service during two tours of duty in Vietnam and the Legion of Merit upon retirement, died March 7 at 77. Colver, who grew up in Montana, joined the National Guard immediately after ...
Vietnam a sweet spot for exports
According to ANZ Bank Vietnam chief executive Dennis Hussey, the Asian nation only “opened for business” in the mid 1990s when the US lifted trade sanctions after decades of war and conflict. But he said the nation had been making up for lost time.

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