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Taiwanese expatriates in Vietnam

Taiwanese expatriates in Vietnam
台灣人在越南
Total population
20,000
Regions with significant populations
 Vietnam
Related ethnic groups
Taiwanese people

Taiwanese expatriates in Vietnam consist largely of expatriate businessmen and their families. The Ho Chi Minh City branch of the Taipei-based Taiwan External Trade Development Council estimates that 20,000 people from Taiwan were living in Vietnam as of 2002.[1]

According to statistics of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, there are an estimated 3,000 women in Vietnam, formerly married to Taiwanese husbands, who have been left stateless after their divorces; the women had given up Vietnamese nationality to naturalize as Republic of China citizens at the time of their marriage, but then returned to Vietnam following their divorces and gave up their Republic of China nationality in the process of applying for restoration of Vietnamese nationality. Their children, who hold only Republic of China nationality and have never previously been Vietnamese nationals, are ineligible to enter publicly supported schools in Vietnam.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Li, Francis (2002-11-15). Going South' to Vietnam pays off for investors"'". Taiwan Journal. Retrieved 2008-02-05. 
  2. ^ Chung, Chin-lung (2007-12-12). "聯合國刊物報導 嫁台越南新娘淪為無國籍困境 (United Nations report: Vietnamese brides married to Taiwan men fall into the trap of statelessness)". Radio Taiwan International (in Chinese). Retrieved 2008-01-23. 
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