Thirty Vietnamese enterprises have sold goods on Amazon, reported the Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade).
The size of Vietnamese e-commerce market is likely to hit 13 billion USD this year thanks to a large percentage of young residents and internet subscribers, according to insiders.
Vietnam is reaching for aircraft and energy orders to balance trade further with the United States, with the future prospects to increase footing of investment and trading flows from the US being in the pipeline.
As the stock of local bank SHB has been flying low, the recent co-operation between the bank and Amazon is expected to live up to the US giant's plans of accelerating cross-border e-commerce in Vietnam.
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.
Amazon Global Selling established a dedicated team on October 17, to promote its activities and attract more customers in Vietnam.
Despite paying more attention and investing more in security, Vietnam is still one of the Southeast Asian countries suffering the most cyberattacks, and leading global cybersecurity firm Trend Micro is arriving to lend a hand.
There are still many obstacles in the Vietnamese market in particular and Southeast Asia in general. That is why the world’s biggest retailer isn't directly selling goods without intermediaries in the region, analysts say.
Amazon has established a subsidiary in Vietnam, Amazon Selling Vietnam’s CEO Tran Xuan Thuy told media at the recent Vietnam Online Marketing Forum.
VOV.VN -A number of popular Vietnamese products have made their way onto Amazon, the largest e-commerce website in the United States. Despite their cheapness in Vietnam, the prices of some products on the website can be up to 10 times higher.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency and online retail giant Amazon have reached a three-year cooperation deal on supporting local exporters to expand their footprint in the global market.
100 selected Vietnamese businesses will participate in a support program to help them reach more customers on Amazon.
The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) and Amazon Global Selling will select 100 Vietnamese businesses to sell their products on the retail giant’s online network.
Leaders of Amazon Global Selling will lecture Vietnamese enterprises on how to reach over 300 million users of the world’s largest online retailer, according to Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) has said that the presence of Amazon in Vietnam will give opportunities to Vietnam’s businesses to reach the world market, but businesspeople are not so optimistic.
This year is a very important time for the digital economy of Vietnam, when the gig economy will take a bigger slice of the cake.
The Trade Promotion Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade said it will focus on innovative campaigns to expand export markets.
E-commerce giants Amazon and Alibaba are looking to sign up more Vietnamese sellers for their online marketplace.
Amazon, a U.S.-based multinational ecommerce platform, has launched shopping websites in Vietnamese, enabling local shop owners to run their online businesses on the platform more easily, heard attendees at a recent event in HCMC.
Vietnamese SMEs are using e-commerce to export products at reasonable costs.