Commentary: Umesh Pandey
Today marks the end of a much anticipated meeting in Vietnam, once the roaring tiger of the Asean group, and a growth rival of Thailand less than two years ago.
The sixth meeting of the 11th Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) opened on Oct 1 and has been widely watched by the world community, if not the Asean community in particular.
It was not the agenda of the event that was creating above-average anticipation among those who follow affairs in Vietnam. Rather, they were looking for developments that might shed some light on the fate of the 62-year old Prime Minister, Nguyen Tan Dung.
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