The grand vision of Vietnam's revolutionaries has soured. The economy has spent years in a state of entrenched crisis. Now the Vietnamese Communists have embarked on radical reforms. But can they avoid the malaise of the other former centrally-planned economies, asks Graham Larcombe.
Recommended CitationLarcombe, Graham, Mekong Malaise, Australian Left Review, 1(117), 1990, 22-25.