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Wouldn't a better translation be "new age/era/period/beginning"?

No. You're mistaking đổi mới with đời mới. "Mới" is new, "đổi" is change, and "đời" is life. Literally, "đổi mới" means "new changes" or "renewal", but it has a new meaning when put together. See this dictionary defintion. DHN 11:40, 31 December 2005 (UTC)

How the heck do you prounounce this word? There's nothing in the article about pronunciation. Kevin 23:01, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

Try Vietnamese alphabet. DHN 03:56, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

This page needs to be expand. JacquesNguyen (talk) 07:33, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Wouldn't a better translation be "innovation". See Innovation —Preceding unsigned comment added by Vanhoabui (talkcontribs) 10:43, 22 November 2008 (UTC)

Doi Moi Progress[edit]

Vietnam has become a model for growth that many countries can learn from. Their contributions to Asean as well as product development, tourism, textiles and fishing have made them a leading country in the region. Economic growth similar to Vietnam's is not an unheard of in the SE Asian region. One of the most notable stories of our time was Thailand's growth that happened in a similar fashion, although without Doi Moi and a strong Communist Party. But the ideal still remains the same and neighboring countries should take this opportunity to invest in a flourishing economy, especially one that invests so strongly in education.

(August 27, 2012 Monday ). Thais can learn much from VietnamAmong other Asean members in the era of the AEC, Vietnam looms as a major competitor for Thailand in numerous areas such as tourism, the manufacture of electronics and textiles, and the export of rice and other food (including seafood). For example, several decades ago, Thailand was a major supplier of Nike products. Now much of that production has shifted to Vietnam.. The Nation (Thailand), Retrieved from www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/lnacademic

This article speaks of some of the developmental problems that are apparent in many developing countries including Vietnam. Although Vietnam has made major steps forward in recent decades there are still aspects of the government and society that remain repressed and unclear. Dr. Gopal is an Anthropologist studying the aspects of development and makes a few major point often overlooked; that development is a moral narrative and not the same in ever nation. Development also includes everything from economic growth to education to freedom and happiness. Although this article does not specifically address Doi Moi and it's drawbacks, it does clarify the parts of social reform that are needed in any developing country.

(August 31, 2011 Wednesday ). Ghana; Addressing Developmental and Social Challenges in Developing Countries - Daniel Nonor. Africa News, Retrieved from www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/lnacademic

With recent tensions building over China's push into the East Sea Vietnam has responded with a series of protests in Hanoi addressing China's "constant aggression". This article highlights some of the issues associated with the discrepancy between China and Vietnam, including China's push for claim over what they refer to as the South China Sea and what Vietnam calls the East Sea. The area of the East Sea is rich with oil, fishing and trade routes and becoming more of a problem as time goes on. Multiple different nations have some claim to the waters there and experts warn the situation is most likely going to get worse before it gets better. This Wikipedia page has no mention of recent events involving Asean and the East Sea.


(August 7, 2012 Tuesday Correction Appended ). International: Special report: Vietnam: Protests in Hanoi streets as anger at 'bully' Beijing grows. The Guardian (London) - Final Edition, Retrieved from www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/lnacademic — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cpaigem (talkcontribs) 02:38, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

Cpaigem (talk) 17:06, 3 October 2012 (UTC)cpaigem