An e-commerce platform for high quality Vietnamese goods launched earlier this year. HCM City aims to develop e-commerce and mobile commerce.(Photo: VNA)

HCM City to expand mobile, e-commerce coverage

Ho Chi Minh City aims to develop mobile commerce and expand e-commerce coverage in domestic markets until 2030, focusing on high quality platforms and co-operation between platforms and businesses.
Processing food for export at Cofidec Company in District 12, HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam’s exports warm up

According to the latest information from authorities and enterprises, Vietnam's exports in many markets have been increasing. Agricultural and aquatic products, foodstuffs, electricity, electronics, and textiles remain the items with large export turnover.
A shipper delivers goods to a customer. (Photo: SGGP)

Online market vibrant amid Covid-19 outbreak

Receiving calls continuously, noting orders and delivery addresses of customers, and checking messages on Facebook and Zalo are daily duties of many employees of online stores in Ho Chi Minh City. Because during this time, many consumers are afraid of going shopping due to concerns over the Covid-19 outbreak.
A customer does online shopping. (Photo: SGGP)

E-commerce: a fierce race

Vietnam is now one of the fastest-growing countries in the e-commerce market in the region, with an average annual growth rate of about 30 percent from 2013 to 2018. But this is also a field where competition and elimination are extremely fierce, for many reasons.
More than 3,000 e-commerce stores closed for overcharging

More than 3,000 e-commerce stores closed for overcharging

The Vietnam e-Commerce and Digital Economy Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade coordinated with e-commerce platforms to close over 30,000 stores for increasing prices of products for the prevention of the Covid-19 outbreak, causing uncertainties in the market.