HCMC – Vietnam’s digital economy saw the gross merchandise value (GMV) reaching US$23 billion last year, with e-commerce making up over 60%. The 2023 report “Sustainable development of e-commerce – the driving force for the digital economy” said that 2022’s GMV increased 28% over the previous year
Local businesses have increasingly promoted multi-channel selling to boost revenues, particularly by combining digital and conventional operations. For small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), prioritizing digital transformation appears to be at the pinnacle of the efforts to maximize profits
The boom of e-commerce in Vietnam has opened up novel opportunities and posed looming challenges to the economy. Although the marketplace looks promising for businesses and consumers, Vietnam’s digital commerce has a long way to go before reaching its full potential. In an email interview with The
HCMC – Online exports have grown sharply this year, with the number of Vietnamese firms listing their products on Amazon skyrocketing by 80% over the same period last year. Online export is a form of cross-border trade using an e-commerce platform. From 2020 to 2027, international e-commerce trade
HCMC – The authorities in the Mekong Delta are seeking initiatives to promote trade and expand markets for local products, especially farm specialties. The Mekong Delta provinces attended a conference in Soc Trang Province on November 3 to boost supply and demand connectivity. On the occasion, Soc
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(VEN) - With 61 million smartphone users, Vietnam’s e-commerce market is forecast to continue thriving.
Sales on cyber buy and sell groups are still staying under the radar of the taxman