Traditional bookstores still have potential opportunities

Traditional bookstores still have potential opportunities

When the Covid-19 epidemic was winding down in Vietnam with decreasing infections, some bookstores had to close by the end of 2021, many customers tend to switch to an e-commerce platform to order physical books online. However, traditional bookstores still have potential opportunities, and even the profits from traditional bookstores are quite huge.
Vietnam faces challenges in e-commerce platform

Vietnam faces challenges in e-commerce platform

Vietnam is now being considered as the second largest market for e-commerce in the Southeast Asian region. However, a major part of this market is dominated by foreign investors.
Program to support 10,000 enterprises to export online

Program to support 10,000 enterprises to export online

The Online Export Ecosystem program will support 10,000 export enterprises through the online environment in the period from 2021 to 2025. The e-commerce platform, which has more than 3,000 domestic stalls with traffic of nearly 30,000 hits per month, has been advertising more than 12,000 products to the international market.
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.
Health care workers must pay regular visits to Binh Dien market for medical exam

Health care workers must pay regular visits to Binh Dien market for medical exam

Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen directed health care workers must pay regular visits to the Binh Dien market in District 8 for medical examination and supervision while relevant agencies, police, and military will help monitor strict implementation of regulations on Covid-19 epidemic control and prevention.

The Vietrade and Alibaba.com sign an MoU on supporting Vietnamese firms to boost online export and organised an international e-commerce conference in Hanoi on March 16 (Photo: SGGP)

Vietrade, Alibaba.com partner to help firms with online export

The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) and Alibaba.com, the global business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce platform of the Alibaba Group, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on supporting Vietnamese firms to boost online export and organised an international e-commerce conference in Hanoi on March 16.
Young people in a content creation class (Photo : SGGP)

Young businesspersons focus on creative businesses

Young people who have an entrepreneurial spirit will change their trends in doing businesses this year when it has been predicted to suffer great fluctuations due to impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.