They call Wyoming, a state in the western United States “Big Sky Country.” The land is so open and treeless that you can see for many kilometers in any directions. And because of the dry air, the sky stays blue and stretches for hundreds of kilometers. Yes, it is a very big sky. Wyoming is one of the least populated states but has been home for 170 years to people with business ideas as big as the sky. The first east-west intercontinental railroad was built through Wyoming. And today people make a living working on cattle and horse ranches that stretch for over hundreds of hectares. Is the next big idea in Wyoming Vietnamese coffee? That is the plan, according to Ho Chi Minh City entrepreneurs who today unveiled the new Wyoming town name of PhinDeli Town Buford on property, an entire town with a population of one, that was purchased in 2012 specifically to launch products made in Vietnam. This seems very strange. Wyoming has only 576, 000 people who live in 253,340 square kilometers. This is not a big enough market for much of anything. For PhinDeli this is not a problem. PhinDeli does sit under a big sky but more importantly it lies along a historic transportation route. The Union Pacific rail line started service in 1861 and still runs 1,000 meters from PhinDeli. That railroad became the route for Interstate 80, a highway heavily used 24 hours a day by big commercial trucks and passenger cars….