The Vietnamese Communist Party debate and the leading role of the state sector : ideological straight-jacket, vested interests or real social progress?
Discussion of 'economies in transition' often assumes movement from socialist planning to free market capitalism. Vietnam has moved significantly in this direction, but the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) claims the long-term transition is to a higher form of socialism than in the past. CPV cadres list a variety of aspects that differentiate their 'socialist-oriented market economy' from a 'capitalist market economy'. What this orientation consists of, and whether there is anything...[Show more]
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