■ SAIGON, VIETNAM: Vietnam’s economy is booming with small scale manufacturers popping up everywhere. Jeans, shoes, t-shirts and everything between heaven and earth are made in workshops where workers are laboring away at an impressive 17 hours a day.

So what does it look like inside one of these operations? And how are the good produced?

As Vietnam is quite far behind the West in terms of economic development and only begun the process of industrialization a few decades ago, it should come as no surprise that manufacturing here is a highly labor intensive endeavor.

So join me as I take a closer look at Vietnam’s economy by touring a shoe manufacturing business that has been in the hands of the same family for 30 years.

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39 Comments

Jose R Suarez

February 14, 2020

The guy ask,it's the bussiness going up?…yeah,it's going up the second floor…lmao…😂🤣😅…!

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Samantha Wood North Peigan

February 14, 2020

Wow I’ve always wanted to see a super fake factory 😍thanks!!!!!

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harmoniclive chromatic

February 14, 2020

their government is not stupidly trying to put them out of business with red tape and regulations,what a breath of fresh air

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Tater

February 14, 2020

I wouldnt be surprised if those shoes didnt end up in the USA

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Pros & Cons T.V

February 14, 2020

Happy Chinese New Year 🧧 Harald Man

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Savvy Emprendedores

February 14, 2020

Hi Harald, very interesting behind the scenes! Is this is in Ho Chi Minh?

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Alfredo Amodia

February 14, 2020

Too much question it’s bothering bro

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topher2seattle

February 14, 2020

Interesting…a knock off sweat shop.

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s Chang

February 14, 2020

Hard working people.

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BAKA P

February 14, 2020

PLIZZZZ SIR FACTORY ADDRESS CONTACT NUMBER SAND ME SIR 91+9974589691 WOTSSAP

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dukadar o'dear

February 14, 2020

The interpreter was excellent; perfect English and very friendly.

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Chad Whisnant

February 14, 2020

This is just a small, family operation of counterfeit merchandise when there are huge factories in China doing the same thing on a wide scale. The chance that North Face jacket you got in Nepal being produced by an authentic North Face manufacturer is very, very unlikely. Enjoy the stuff!

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Houthor Van

February 14, 2020

I don’t like to buy products from Vietnam.

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D. S.

February 14, 2020

Swastika on the shelf…….wtf…get out….10:05

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Quan Fung

February 14, 2020

This white minded -Set interview .is awfull …they should banish this guy for saying the KID should work ???

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Jojo Estanero

February 14, 2020

Its a requierement that all worker should be half naked when they work at this shoe factory.

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Geo Man

February 14, 2020

Dang!!! Adidas flip flops over Christmas🤪 cost me $38 with tax. I got scammed!!! But not in Vietnam, rather in an Adidas Outlet store in Southern California. 🤣🤪😅

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Migs and Aerish Channel

February 14, 2020

Love the guy in black and white stripes boxers 😍😍

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NPR-sgt RANGER Rick ringlemin

February 14, 2020

I have a new found respect for you harald u about to start a conflict for content what a job u have

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nguyen r r

February 14, 2020

Is it only me that think the title is handsome instead of handmade factory

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Tias Pratiwi

February 14, 2020

Why are they don't wear t-shirt 😂

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sonyo Tatjana

February 14, 2020

This man got a big mouth

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Jose .S

February 14, 2020

Why does the translator chuckle after every question you ask him to translate ???

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JHope's Sprite

February 14, 2020

Hi Harald, thank you for your videos! They helped ease the homesickness in me ^^

Btw, what was the name of the translator in this video?! Hes very nice!

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Venkateswarlu Tatikondala

February 14, 2020

The video not showing the production process.

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Lal Ngaihawma

February 14, 2020

He got so many questions which is really unnecessary 🤣

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Gen Ius

February 14, 2020

17hrs?! That's against labor ethics, the business owner should be sued.

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Norman

February 14, 2020

Hard working people.

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Kristin Wright

February 14, 2020

Wow. You are a scary guy. You approve of the crazy conditions in those shoe factories? Impressive 17 hour work days. Impressive? So what kind of monster are you Harald Baldr? I came here for education and leaving for your disgusting viewpoint. You want to work 17 hour days in a sweatshop? I didn't think so.

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Moonlight Sonata

February 14, 2020

I think Vietnamese people normally don't like someone to look at their business and/or asking many questions because they are afraid someone might steal their secret of how to run their business, etc. 😁… but these people are nice and welcome Harald 👍

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Afg Tunes

February 14, 2020

Hey it’s hand made but if they had same material it would’ve been nice.

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AFRIDI

February 14, 2020

This video really motivation for me really inspired

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Wise Man

February 14, 2020

Harald can't stop now,he's addicted to investigate!
In Norway,they will ask you to leave through the door,before they call the police on you!

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Thanh Loco

February 14, 2020

17 hours, meaning that they make 3 times the normal money. So they always work hard.

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S Dew

February 14, 2020

17 hours a day, probably 6 days a week if not 7, fuck me!, iam such a spoiled person in my european country!.

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Kathleen 168

February 14, 2020

They look happy.

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Muffmetal

February 14, 2020

Very interesting

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TheRealBrook1968

February 14, 2020

Sad that the Western world is losing economic freedom like this. This, and a cash based economy, is the reason east Asia's economy is flowing despite government mandated price controls, and other financial and political repression. They are becoming more free while the west is losing freedom to increased regulation and red tape. Internet shopping, variety and predominantly tax free, has given us a temporary respite for the common man.

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អុិត លាវី ធ្វើម្ហូប khmer

February 14, 2020

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