Nguyen, Lan Anh
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/29/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p24
The article profiles Lawrence Ting, a Taiwanese businessman. He developed Phu My Hung and now called as South Saigon and this area remains to be a well known residential place in Vietnam despite many investors are trying to follow his footstep. However, behind the great success Ting had, he was faced with many problems such as betrayal, lawsuits, and animosities among his family and major business partners. Ting had committed suicide by jumping from the building. INSET: PHU MY HUNG.


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