Innovation and creation are strategic and decisive factors for Vietnam's success of digital economic transformation.
An exhibition displaying photos and documentaries in the ASEAN Community opened in the southern province of Binh Duong on December 7.
Many banks have reported good business performance in the first nine months of the year thanks to decreasing provision costs and rising income from services.
Success of foreign banks in Vietnam has been fueling the volume of capital poured into the sector, while these banks are changing their operations to grow.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has reprimanded Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Pham Hong Hai as a disciplinary measure for his violations in the case regarding MobiFone’s purchase of 95 percent of the shares of AVG Audiovisual JSC.
Vietnam should look to capitalise on foreign resources to rectify the issue of thin capitalisation and enrich its capital market by improving market access to foreign investors and allowing foreign-invested companies to be listed on the local bourses.
HSBC will continue to boost sustained investment in Vietnam, which has become an important market for the bank, Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Vietnam Pham Hong Hai told the Vietnam News Agency (VNA).
All 11-digit mobile phone numbers in Vietnam will be changed to 10-digit numbers in 2018, said Pham Hong Hai, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications.
Vietnamese agencies, businesses and organisations are constantly innovating and experimenting with the latest technologies, making every effort to keep themselves up-to-date, and exploring different solutions including e-government, digital economy or online consumption.
Vietnam’s leading state-owned telco is set to make its initial public offering and complete its equitisation in 2019.
Vietnam’s economy is well positioned for growth in international trade and will continue to experience high growth over the next three to five years, said Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of HSBC Vietnam, Pham Hong Hai.
Fourth generation (4G) mobile phone services are expected to see a strong development in the country this year, accelerating the completion of national programmes such as e-Government, Smart City and Smart Agriculture, said Pham Hong Hai, Deputy Minister of Information and Communication.
Enterprises across Vietnam contributed their ideas to making breakthrough policies in service of the efficient enforcement of the Government’s resolution on supporting and developing businesses until 2020 during the ongoing conference between the Prime Minister and businesses in Hanoi.
VOV.VN - Demand for new mobile services has dropped over the past year and growth in the segment has come to a standstill, said Pham Hong Hai, deputy minister of Information and Communications at a recent forum in Hanoi.
Credit growth in the first two months of 2017 rose 1.23 percent year-on-year, but credit institutions remain cautious over business targets while focusing on lending quality.
There is no need to worry about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact which U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said would be scrapped after he takes office, as Vietnamese enterprises can benefit from other free trade agreements.
Nearly 100 maps, documents and publications on Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spartly) archipelagos are on display at Dong Xoai town in the southern province of Binh Phuoc.
Deputy Minister of Information and Communication Pham Hong Hai has been introducing Vietnam’s policies and solutions in recent years to narrow the digital gap between urban and rural areas, and between the rich and the poor.
The positions of CEOs of many multinational groups are being held by Vietnamese as the business employ strategies to localize staff.
A senior government official has expressed the hope that the country's information and technology (IT) officials would join hands in implementing Resolution 36a/ NQ-CP on e-government this year.