Vietnam’s Communists Brace for Next 5 Years After Big 2020 (Nikkei Asia)
Party has COVID, Big Tech and dissent under control; can it keep economy humming?
Vietnam’s leaders are among the few who can call 2020 a success. They have managed to get COVID-19, Big Tech and dissent under control.
But can they keep the economy humming into 2021? A crucial meeting of the ruling Communist Party is set to decide the country’s course for the next five years. READ MORE (CACHED ARTICLE)
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