Can anybody help me to describe the meaning of "right round toward", especially in the bold sentence of the context below.
Within two years, Deng was the most powerful man in China. Deng's moment had come, and what a moment! He took China right round towards roaring full-throttle capitalism.
More context if needed:
... Under Deng, China's repressive state continued, but he began welding together the two big ideas that had divided the world in the 20th century. For him, capitalism in a communist country wasn't a contradiction, it was a pragmatic solution. Since Deng's reforms were introduced, China's economy has been growing at an average of nearly 10% a year every year. It's on track to become the world's biggest economy by 2016. ...
Source: History of the world by Andrew Marr - episode 8