By Nguyen Nhat Lam HANOI, May 26 (Reuters) - Le Anh Hung is doing what his father and grandfather only dreamed of. Sitting in a plush BMW showroom, the 32-year-old owner of a fire protection business in communist Vietnam watched with satisfaction as clerks counted his $50,000 stack of U.S. bills, to be exchanged for a gleaming new black car. Hanoi, once renowned for its colonial charm and bicycles, now features the purr of luxury cars such as Mercedes, BMW, Lexus and even Hollywood's ...
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