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Second Doi moi needed: scholars [Viet Nam News]

[ndlr] Le pari d’un second Renouveau se fait attendre… Nous évoquions cette nécessité il y a quatre ans dans : Gédéon, Laurent & Guillemot, François (2012), « Viêt Nam. L’appel à un second Renouveau », in Jérémy Jammes et Benoît de Tréglodé (sous la dir.), L’Asie du Sud-Est 2012. Les événements majeurs de l’année, Bangkok & Paris, Irasec / Les Indes Savantes, 2012, pp. 289-311.

HÀ NỘI — Scholars called on the Party and the Government to urgently initiate a second Đổi mới (renewal) period to meet the new demands of the country’s development, economically and politically.

Đổi mới, officially begun in 1986, changed Viet Nam’s post-war Soviet-style subsidised economy into a market-oriented one. The thirty-year long process led to an economic boom in the war-torn country with average growth rates up to eight per cent.

“After years of economic collapse and suffering of the consequences of war, the Vietnamese Government liberated the market and opened it for the international economy,” said Stefan Kaufmann, member of the German Parliament at an international conference on the 30th anniversary of Đổi mới held on Friday. It was organised by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH), Hanoi and Germany’s Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

“What happened ever since has been, what we Germans like to call a ‘Wirtschaftswunder’ – an economy miracle,” he said.

Lire la suite : Viet Nam News, 10/10/2016.

Image « à la une » : Former Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Khoan delivers speech at an international conference on the 30th anniversary of Đổi mới held on Friday. © 2016 baoquocte.vn