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China building border walls with Vietnam

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The project in Vietnam, according to Chinese state media Xinhua, involves a 4.5-metre-high iron fence, topped with barbed wire, along the Beilun River.

Built between 2012 and 2017, the $29 million project reportedly stretches 12 kilometres, and is there to curb the smuggling of goods, drugs and people.

It continues to be extended as additional phases are rolled out.

Meanwhile, a 659-kilometre-long fence has reportedly been completed along China's 2,000-kilometre border with Myanmar in December, in between China's Yunnan province and Myanmar's northern Shan State, according to Radio Free Asia and Myanmar's The Irrawaddy.

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