Columnist Nancy Napier recently traveled to Vietnam where she was taken aback by the growth that has happened there over the past 20 years. She brings back a cautionary tale for the Treasure Valley.
Columnist Nancy Napier recently traveled to Vietnam where she was taken aback by the growth that has happened there over the past 20 years. She brings back a cautionary tale for the Treasure Valley. Vinh Dav Getty Images/iStockphoto
Columnist Nancy Napier recently traveled to Vietnam where she was taken aback by the growth that has happened there over the past 20 years. She brings back a cautionary tale for the Treasure Valley. Vinh Dav Getty Images/iStockphoto

The Treasure Valley is growing quickly, but how fast is too fast?

August 16, 2017 05:11 PM

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