In this photo taken on Oct. 19, 2012, a Vietnamese Buddhist nun among economic students listens during a presentation by Nu Skin, a multilevel marketing company, at its office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Nu Skin, which has stormed through Asia over the last two decades, racked up huge profits despite regulatory scrutiny over its marketing practices and the efficacy of the products that it sells. Multilevel marketing businesses have a strained history in China and Vietnam, whose Communist rulers have been wary of pyramid-based sales schemes that have been characterized by some as preying on the dreams of poor citizens. They also fear that unrest as a result of associated scams from the schemes could challenge their legitimacy. (AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen)

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In this photo taken on Oct. 19, 2012, a Vietnamese Buddhist nun among economic students listens during a presentation by Nu Skin, a multilevel marketing company, at its office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Nu Skin, which has stormed through Asia over the last two decades, racked up huge profits despite regulatory scrutiny over its marketing practices and the efficacy of the products that it sells. Multilevel marketing businesses have a strained history in China and Vietnam, whose Communist rulers have been wary of pyramid-based sales schemes that have been characterized by some as preying on the dreams of poor citizens. They also fear that unrest as a result of associated scams from the schemes could challenge their legitimacy. (AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen)
In this photo taken on Oct. 19, 2012, a Vietnamese Buddhist nun among economic students listens during a presentation by Nu Skin, a multilevel marketing company, at its office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Nu Skin, which has stormed through Asia over the last two decades, racked up huge profits despite regulatory scrutiny over its marketing practices and the efficacy of the products that it sells. Multilevel marketing businesses have a strained history in China and Vietnam, whose Communist rulers have been wary of pyramid-based sales schemes that have been characterized by some as preying on the dreams of poor citizens. They also fear that unrest as a result of associated scams from the schemes could challenge their legitimacy. (AP Photo/Na Son Nguyen)
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