The Ministry of Finance has proposed amendments to the Law on Tax Management, aiming to enhance efficiency of tax collection from multinational companies, cross-border transactions and online businesses.
As cybersecurity has become more important than ever in today’s connected world, local authorities are taking steps to protect national and personal security.
Many Vietnamese companies have launched products and services specifically designed to target Generation Z, or customers born after 1995.
The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable encountered a technical trouble at 7:00 on October 12, losing signal connection with the Hong Kong (China) station, affecting Vietnam’s international internet links.
The time-saving and accuracy-improving electronic medical records system of Thu Duc Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City has been recognised by the ASEAN CIO/CSO Awards 2017, and has become a model for other hospitals around the country.
The official results of quality checks on the stability and speed of 4G mobile Internet services offered by two major carriers in Vietnam have been released.
Thee major telecom network providers - Viettel, VinaPhone and MobiFone - started testing mobile number portability (MNP) on September 21, which allows subscribers to keep existing mobile number when switching networks.
A new plan enabling cellphone users in Vietnam to switch between mobile carriers while retaining their phone numbers is set to take effect on December 31.
Vietnam’s revenue from information and communication technology in 2016 reached nearly US$68 billion, posting an 11.49% year-on-year increase.
Advances and discoveries in the field of oncology are being presented at the first Vietnam multidisciplinary oncology conference being held in Hanoi on September 5 and 6.
The Vietnamese Embassy and Vietnamese Association in Mozambique organised a friendship football tournament from August 19-20 to mark the 72nd anniversary of the August Revolution (August 19) and National Day (September 2).
Viettel, the military-run network operator, is offering up to 99% discounts on international roaming services for subscribers to celebrate the ongoing SEA Games 29 in Malaysia.
Domestic mobile carriers VinaPhone and Viettel have slashed charges for data roaming services for subscribers, helping them stay connected at an extremely low rate when going abroad.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc voiced his hope for stronger trade and investment ties between Vietnam and Tanzania while receiving two ministers from the African country in Hanoi on August 2.
VOV.VN - Vietnam and Mozambique have agreed to promote high-level exchanges, and step up cooperation and mutual support at global forums, contributing to world peace on the basis of resolving conflicts by peaceful means in accordance with international law.
Telemor, Viettel’s subsidiary in Timor Leste, has become the first mobile service provider to operate a 4G network in the country.
Thanks to strong growth of international markets, favourable exchange rate movements, and new services, as well as strategic project development, Viettel made a profit of VND1 trillion (US$43.5 million) from investing abroad.
Military-run telecom group Viettel has recorded a pre-tax profit of VND1 trillion (US$41.2 million) from its overseas investments in the first half of 2017, a 156% year-on-year increase.
Vietnam’s telecom revenue is estimated at VND213.36 trillion (US$9.36 billion) in the first six months of the year, excluding Viettel’s business overseas, equal to 47.41% of the plan for the year.
Viettel, the telecom group, and Tan Can Sai Gon (SNP), a port developer, are the two names topping the list of military companies sought by investors.