Fifty-five percent of Vietnamese online shoppers choose social networks over e-commerce platforms to buy fashion products, a new survey has found.
Japanese retailers such as Aeon, Takashimaya, 7-Eleven and FujiMart are expanding operations in Vietnam and changing local consumption habits.
The e-commerce community predicted that 2018 would be the year of fashion products in Vietnam, noting that busy office workers were buying more clothes from online shops.
By applying technology to tourism, it is hoped that in the future, Vietnam will have systems in place to enable tourists to book hotels and tickets to enter attractions without support from travel agencies.
VOV.VN - The cosmetics industry in Vietnam has experienced a burgeoning demand for premium products over the past decade, driven by a fast-growing market of women who increasingly want to buy luxurious products, say market researchers.