The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to the change among consumers towards cashless payment. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam wholeheartedly promoting cashless payment

Digital applications are significantly changing how banks operate and making breakthroughs in business activities via overhead cost reduction. One such impressive application is the wide use of cashless payment in many countries, including Vietnam. Seeing a promising future in this aspect, banks in Vietnam are introducing various policies to boost the use of this convenient payment channel.

Vietnam ranks sixth among int’l students studying in US

Vietnam ranks sixth among int’l students studying in US

Vietnam remains the sixth leading country of origin for all international higher education students in the US, with 21,631 students studying at American institutions in the academic year 2020-2021, the Vietnam Government Portal (VGP) reported.
Transactions carried out in Agribank – Hoan Kiem branch in Hanoi (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam should introduce appropriate economic support policies: experts

The socio-economic recovery and development program is still in the preparation stage to be submitted to the Government this December. It has attracted much attention of delegates in the second session of the 15th National Assembly regarding possible impacts on the macro economy like increasing spending, public debt, government debt, and inflation risks.

Clients should consider carefully and choose a prestigious digital signature service provider. (Photo: SGGP)

Digital signature increasingly popular in Vietnam

A digital signature is commonly used in online procedures such as tax declaration and payment, customs e-declaration, e-banking, national one-stop portal for administrative services. Thanks to recently introduced legal documents in Vietnam related to e-commerce, digital signature has been used more and more by various businesses.

Illustrative photo. (Source: VNA)

Southern real estate market will recover quickly: experts

After more than four months of slowing down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the property market in the south is regaining strength and there are optimistic signs of a recovery thanks to demand still exceeding supply.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh (R) and his French counterpart Jean Castex. (Photo: VNA)

Vietnam, France issue joint statement

Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his French counterpart, Jean Castex, have affirmed their determination to further deepen the Vietnam-France strategic partnership signed in 2013.
It is advisable not to let children use the Internet without monitoring (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam preparing policies for safer cyber environment for children

The Ministry of Information and Technology is collecting suggestions for the essential draft Code of Conduct to protect children on the cyber environment, considering that this virtual space possesses both useful information and harmful content to the young.