Vietnamese e-wallets have lured hefty sums from diverse partners over the past time, turning the segment into one of the investment hotspots.
VOV.VN - Amid the ongoing negative coronavirus impact, huge swathes of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are paying close attention to digital solutions that utilise artificial intelligence technology to increase exports by connecting buyers globally via e-commerce channels.
Singaporean investors are continuing to pour capital into e-logistics firms to tap into the fast-growing market in Vietnam.
E-wallet firm MoMo launched a cashback programme on November 3 with value of up to 100,000 VND (4.30 USD) per transaction and for four transactions daily at most.
As coffee exports dropped in both volume and turnover in the first nine months of this year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said improving product quality and brand development are key for coffee export growth.
Thanks to the support of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and local platform Fado, local companies’ sales on e-commerce platforms is expected to improve by a great deal.
Many foreign giants have continuously invested in leading e-commerce sites in Vietnam even as they incur big losses as they continue to see the long-term potential of the country’s rapidly expanding online shopping sector.
Fado Vietnam JSC, a local ecommerce platform operator, has clinched a deal with Chinese ecommerce firm Alibaba to support Vietnamese businesses conducting trading activities on Alibaba.com.
Unofficial exports over the border to China will face technical barriers since the two nations have agreed to limit them and increase official exports, heard a recent seminar in Ho Chi Minh City.
Auchan Retail Vietnam and Lazada Vietnam, an Alibaba-owned online retailer, has recently signed a memorandum of understanding on strategic cooperation to allow customers to purchase French products online with rapid delivery through Lazada.
E-commerce giants Amazon and Alibaba are looking to sign up more Vietnamese sellers for their online marketplace.
Vietnam is proving difficult terrain for e-commerce players, as they keep burning money to grab a slice of the lucrative market, which results in mounting losses and, for some, their eventual demise.
Multiple online retailers in Vietnam have been struggling to gain profits for years due to high operational costs in a competitive market.
Three giant e-commerce corporations, Alibaba, Tencent and JD.com of China, have arrived in Vietnam.
Vietnam, a promising retail market for retailers thanks to its young population and economic growth, faces a lack of qualified workers for the sector.
Amazon is making its long-awaited foray into Vietnam’s e-commerce market in March, a move that could shake up the country’s entire online retail market.
Chinese online retailers are penetrating the Vietnamese market, putting pressure on domestically made products, analysts have warned.
Chinese capital is heading for a series of business fields in Vietnam. What will the capital bring?
China's JD.com Investment on January 16 announced that it will become one of Tiki’s largest shareholders after its strategic investment in Vietnam’s leading B2C e-commerce platform.
VOV.VN - Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has highlighted mobile payments as the key factor in boosting a non-cash economy, creating new business models, and helping users directly benefit from the fourth industrial revolution.