90 percent of Vietnamese shoppers welcome online shopping

90 percent of Vietnamese shoppers welcome online shopping

Over the past time, e-commerce in Vietnam has made remarkable progress. It is estimated that over 90 percent of internet users welcomed online shopping as a part of their daily life in Vietnam while the growth rate of e-commerce in recent years has always been high, at over 20 percent per year.
Printing industry starts using digital technologies to meet customer needs

Printing industry starts using digital technologies to meet customer needs

Considered a major printing center of the country for many years, the printing industry in Ho Chi Minh City has not only met domestic demand but also carried out many outsourcing orders for foreign countries especially after the Covid-19 epidemic, with its efforts, the industry has gradually recovered. It has become inevitable for the printing industry, to keep up with other countries and technologies, to start using digital technologies to meet customer needs in the best way.
Enterprises have thirst for high-quality laborers

Enterprises have thirst for high-quality laborers

Enterprises in Vietnam have thirst for high-quality laborers; accordingly, it is necessary to have a training mechanism, wage reform, and create a good working environment to attract and retain high-quality human resources in the state sector because highly qualified and skilled workers are the driving force in each agency and enterprise for rapid and sustainable development, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
HCMC oriented around model of green and clean EPZs-IZs

HCMC oriented around model of green and clean EPZs-IZs

Because of clear recognition of the shortcomings in export processing zones and industrial zones (EPZs-IZs), the People's Committee in Ho Chi Minh City has assigned the Export Processing zone and Industrial Park Authority (HEPZA) to develop a ‘Project for the development of EPZs and IZs in the southern largest city towards efficiency and innovation for the period of 2021-2025 and a vision to 2030’.

 

Vietnamese Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son (C) at the ASEAN-RoK Foreign Ministers' Meeting. (Photo: VNA)

AMM-55: ASEAN, partners review cooperation, agree on future orientations

Vietnamese Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son joined his ASEAN counterparts in meetings with the US, India, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the EU, and Russia on August 4 within the framework of the 55th ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting (AMM-55) and related meetings in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Strict criterion prevents access to loans

Strict criterion prevents access to loans

Although Decree 31/2022/ND-CP of the State Government offers support to businesses, cooperatives, and business householders at 2 percent interest rate when borrowing from commercial banks, there is still a strict criterion in place. Decree 31 is a lifesaver for businesses and individuals to recover production back to normal, but the interest rate is not favorable for everyone.
Opportunities for e-commerce in Vietnam to boom

Opportunities for e-commerce in Vietnam to boom

Recently, e-commerce in Vietnam is assessed to grow robustly. It is forecasted that Vietnam's internet economy will reach US$57 billion by 2025, ranking second in Southeast Asia, after Indonesia.
Startup forecast to continue sucking in US$2 billion in 2022

Startup forecast to continue sucking in US$2 billion in 2022

Through the first months of 2022, thanks to the efforts and creativity of start-ups as well as timely support from the Government, the innovative start-up ecosystem in the country has made impressive recovery steps after the Covid-19 pandemic. It is forecast that investment funds will continue to pour capital into Vietnamese startups, and may reach an impressive level of more than US$2 billion in 2022.