Vietnam Ex-Security Official Nominated Next Prime Minister

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    Apr.05 — Vietnam’s Communist Party on Monday nominated a little-known official to be the country’s next prime minister. Pham Minh Chinh, who rose through the ranks of the country’s national security apparatus, is the only candidate put forward by the Politburo. Nguyen Xuan Quynh reports on “Bloomberg Markets: Asia.”

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