Vietnam’s outbound tourists, who still prefer paying in cash, could surpass the number of Thailand's in the next decade, according to a report from the tourism consulting firm Outbox Consulting.
VOV.VN -Police in Thanh Hoa arrested three Chinese nationals on June 20 for allegedly stealing cash.
Vietnamese consumers are carrying less cash as they use credit and debit cards more frequently, a new study says.
As demand for cash withdrawals at ATMs doubles or triples around the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, banks are recommending customers use electronic payment or scan their cards at POS machines or use quick response (QR) codes instead of withdrawing cash at ATMs.
Support provided to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will not be in cash, but rather take the form of favourable conditions in order for SMEs to grow, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Dang Huy Dong has said.
A taxi driver in Hanoi returned US$14,000 on January 17 to a Korean customer who left the cash in his car the previous night.
Police say the gang distracted their victims and then grabbed their cash.
VOV.VN -For the Vietnam U19 players, a World Cup appearance means a nice boost to their bank account.
VOV.VN - Around 30% of the Vietnamese population will carry out online transactions in the next five years, according to a master plan on e-commerce development approved by the Prime Minister.
The Thai government hopes its Prompt Pay e-payment system will encourage more Thais to pay electronically instead of using cash.
In a new attempt to boost state revenue, the Ministry of Finance has sought the central bank's intervention to collect cash dividends from BIDV and Vietinbank, two of the largest lenders in which the government is a major stakeholder.
Vietnamese police have detained two Chinese for using fake cards to withdraw cash from ATMs.
(VOV) - Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam on December 16 encouraged the use of consumers paying for goods and services electronically as a substitute for using cash in a speech at an e-payment forum held in Hanoi.
A taxi driver in Hanoi returned on November 6 a huge amount of properties including US$7,000 worth of cash to a Greek passenger who left them on his cab last month.
Foreigners buying or selling houses in Vietnam are required to carry out transactions through banks in the country and not in cash, the central bank has decreed.
A Ministry of Health plan to build additional satellite hospitals across the nation and upgrade existing ones lacks money and qualified personnel, the Minister of Health, Nguyen Thi Kim Tien, has said.
Though gold prices remain unchanged and land and securities have become more valuable, the rich still prefer to keep their cash.
Online shopping grew 10 percentage points last year, but most Vietnamese still prefer to pay cash, a new survey has found.
(VOV) - The Housing Development Bank (HDBank) has been awarded ‘The Best Local Cash Management Bank’ by Asiamoney, a prestigious financial magazine in Asia.
Nearly 300 athletes from 34 sporting delegations from across the country have registered for the 2012 National Marathon Championship, due to take place in the former imperial city of Hue on March 25.