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As Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party started a weeklong meeting on Monday, discussion has intensified over the top leadership that will emerge and set the tone for the next five years in the fast-developing Southeast Asian country.

A government statement said the latest plenum would include discussion of “personnel documents” — a euphemism for deciding who holds the most important posts, which will be formally assigned at the Communist Party Congress due in January.

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