Building credibility is key to the development of e-commerce, experts told a seminar held by the Vietnam Institute of Economics (VIE) in Hanoi on June 2.
The e-commerce market in Ho Chi Minh City has developed significantly, with total online spending growth up by more than 12% annually since 2015, according to the municipal Department of Industry and Trade’s report on e-commerce development.
Amid the current coronavirus epidemic, the fast-moving consumer goods and e-commerce sectors have experienced a tumultuous period.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) on December 18 launched three websites to fight counterfeit goods and help consumers resolve e-commerce disputes.
Many small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) have little experience in e-commerce and lack information about the field, experts said at the recent “Digital Transformation - Gateway to the Global Market” forum in HCM City.
Vietnamese businesses should make use of e-commerce to promote exports, heard a workshop held in Ho Chi Minh City on September 25.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is seeking solutions to stop fake goods appearing on e-commerce websites, said a ministry official at a conference held in Hanoi recently.
E-commerce is a potential goldmine for businesses over the next two years with a potential reach of US$10 billion.
VOV.VN - A digital technology and e-commerce experiencing week was launched in Hanoi on November 30 by the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Hanoi People’s Committee.
The Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM) held a conference on November 28 to discuss measures to develop e-commerce.
The capital city of Hanoi has implemented a wide range of measures to facilitate the sustainable development of e-commerce activities, which have grown rapidly recently.
The rapid growth of online business has slowed the shopping centre real estate market; however, experts say it has also provided a boost for the office rental market.
2018 is considered a golden time for e-commerce in Vietnam as a majority of consumers have become familiar to online shopping.
Vietnam has surpassed Thailand and Malaysia to lead Southeast Asia in terms of e-commerce growth with an annual expansion of more than 30%, bringing big opportunities for logistics companies.
Foreign retail e-commerce businesses operating under the marketplace mode are increasingly dominating Vietnamese businesses in the market.
VOV.VN - Millions of Vietnamese use smartphones for tasks like listening to music, making a phone call, sending text messages, hailing a taxi or checking in for a flight, says the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam’s bustling e-commerce market is drawing more attention from Singaporean firms and startups.
E-commerce is a market with numerous opportunities for businesses in Vietnam, recording an annual growth rate of 35 percent – one of the fastest rates in the world.
The Vietnam Post Corporation (VNPOST), on June 13, debuted the website https://www.badasa.com.vn, an online trading platform for Vietnamese specialties.
Vietnam has seen a rise in mobile e-commerce, also known as m-commerce, an effective channel for retailing in the digital era.