The 2018 Vietnam E-Business Index that was released by the Vietnam E-commerce Association (VECOM) showed an overall 25% growth rate in e-commerce. More than 4,000 businesses were surveyed.
While trending toward investment expansion in Vietnam, US investors are seeking the government’s support to solve their policy concerns regarding the renewable energy, mechanical engineering, beverage, and IT sectors.
Amazon will find it not easy to conquer the Vietnamese market as it will have to compete with millions of people selling products via social networks, especially Facebook, analysts say.
VOV.VN - Popular Vietnamese products are being sold in many Japanese supermarkets and on websites at prices which are several times higher than in Vietnam.
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.
The world’s leading e-commerce player, Amazon, is scoping out the Vietnamese market, hoping to benefit local consumers and enterprises.
VOV.VN - A number of Vietnamese popular products are being sold on Amazon, the US largest e-commerce website, at prices which are much higher than in Vietnam.
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.
VOV.VN - Many Vietnamese agricultural products like chilly, coriandrum sativum and arrow root starch are on sale on Amazon website at prices which are dozen or even hundred times higher than in Vietnam.
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.
Amazon Web Services (AWS), a subsidiary of Amazon.com, is proceeding its ambitious business plan in Vietnam following Alibaba’s footsteps in the field of cloud computing services.
Potential benefits and challenges for the digital economy and new-age regulations for new-age businesses were discussed at a workshop in HCM City on August 30.
Vietnamese products have more opportunities than ever before to conquer the world market. Through foreign distribution networks and global e-commerce websites, Vietnamese products have entered choosy markets without the need to use many intermediaries as in the past.
A series of Vietnamese books that debuted this week to celebrate Children’s Day on June 1 are now available in bookstores around the country.
Textile and garment businesses of Vietnam hold considerable opportunities to sell their products to the European Union (EU) via the world’s leading online shopping channel Amazon, foreign experts said at a seminar in Hanoi on May 10.
VOV.VN - The retail sector in Vietnam has been forecast to see robust growth over the next few years with much of the increased sales expected to come from online purchases at brick and mortar stores.
Representatives of freight and forwarding firms attending a recent workshop held by Vecom all expressed concern about the invasion of foreign e-commerce giants such as Alibaba and Amazon.
On October 15, ecommerce service provider SmartOSC held the second Meet Magento event in Vietnam.
More than 10,000 e-commerce websites were registered in Vietnam at the end of last year, twice the number of 2014, according to a new report by released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade on April 14.