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  • I'm sure using the DOI would work too, using the tag doi:10.1107/S0108768104028344.

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  • Nearly a decade ago, the government began a program called doi moi (renewal), opening Vietnam to foreign investment, encouraging private enterprise and allowing greater freedom of expression.

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  • A decade later, ravaged by war and hunger, the Communists introduced its own version of perestroika, known as doi moi, hoping to encourage international investment.

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  • New reform-minded officials were appointed with the aim of jump-starting the Vietnamese economic revival, a policy known as doi moi.

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  • Vietnam's shift to a market economy began in 1986 when the Sixth Party Congress introduced the reformist policies known as doi moi, or "new way."

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  • /doi/




    The first person singular present of do.

    One syllable contraction of I do.

    Etymology: do + I (merged so that 'do I' becomes 'doI' then with pronunciation change from do-ie to doi).

    March 17, 2023