Amending VietNam's Constitution: why Washington cares

By Murray Hiebert, 1 November 2013
<p><span style="font-size: 1em; line-height: 1.5em;">On October 21, Vietnam’s National Assembly convened in Hanoi for a month-long meeting during which lawmakers are expected to ratify a new constitution. As the lawmakers meet, Vietnam’s economy continues to grow steadily, as it has throughout the year, but at about 2 percent less than the government’s annual target of 7 percent growth. Other issues poised to be addressed at the meeting include the restructuring of the banking system, discussions on the future economic plan, and amendments to current land laws.</span></p>
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