A Mastercard survey indicates that Vietnam is among the top ten markets for proportion of women business owners.
Schools, three wholesale markets and Saigon Co.op’s retail stores in HCM City will accept customers’ electronic payments, instead of cash.
The Vietnam Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) has launched a mobile banking service designed to improve the access of disadvantaged people.
VOV.VN - Launched in June 2014, MoMo, a mobile payment service providing financial services to low income customers in Vietnam, has won the award for best mobile payment solution of 2016 by the Asian Banker.
Vietnam is expected to enjoy a compound annual growth rate of 9.5% between 2016 and 2021 for outbound travel among Asia Pacific s emerging markets, according to the “Future of Outbound Travel in Asia Pacific 2016 to 2021” report by MasterCard.
Hanoi, known for its cheap food and accommodation options, is much more affordable than many other Asian destinations, according to a MasterCard survey.
Vinamilk, the nation’s leading dairy processor, has launched a website at giacmosuaviet.com.vn where customers can order any of its products and have them delivered home.
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have recorded some of the fastest growing foreign tourist numbers in the world since 2009, according to a recent survey by MasterCard.
Not satisfied with over US$25,000 in gold, they went back to the same shop to try again.
The low-cost carrier Vietjet has launched a three-day promotion from July 20 to 22, which offers passenger around one million tickets from just zero dong for all domestic flights.
Google’s mobile payment system, Android Pay was launched in Singapore on June 28, making the country the first in Asia to have the system.
VOV.VN - The low-cost carrier Vietjet Air launched an air route between Ho Chi Minh City and Tainan (Taiwan) on June 22 with favourable prices.
MasterCard ranked Vietnam fifth in its Women’s Advancement Index for Asia-Pacific, with a score of 64.2/100.
Twelve of 17 markets in the Asia Pacific recorded declines in MasterCard’s Index of Consumer Confidence, but Myanmar, Vietnam and India are still extremely optimistic in their outlook.
Vietnam is the second-most optimistic country in consumer confidence in the Asia-Pacific, following Myanmar, as per the MasterCard Index of Consumer Confidence.
Hanoi has been selected as one of the four happiest cities in the Asian-Pacific region by MasterCard – a global leading company in payment.
MasterCard gave its Best Segment Solution Award to Vietnam International Bank (VIB) for its Classic debit card, making VIB the first Southeast Asian bank to win a prize from the world’s leading financial services corporation.
Women in New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam continue to outshine their regional peers, according to MasterCard's latest Index of Women's Advancement (H2 2014).
(VOV) -An inspiring project changing the lives of disadvantaged Vietnamese women entitled REACH was selected to receive a US$25,000 grant to continue its mission to help young people from under-privileged backgrounds.
MasterCard’s latest survey on consumer confidence shows that Vietnamese consumers remain optimistic about the second half of 2009, despite a drop in the outlook for consumer confidence.