The rejection of Vietnam’s new passport by some EU member countries is affecting HCM City tourism companies since their customers are unable to travel to those countries.
The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) is planning to add the “place of birth” to the new passport version to facilitate citizens’ seeking of visas to the Schengen countries.
Digital payment giant Visa is boosting its contribution to promoting the prosperity of Vietnam towards sustainable development and a digital economy.
The status of the new Vietnamese passport has been thrown up in the air after Germany declared that it would not issue visas, citing insufficient details regarding the holder’s place of birth.
Visa is empowering innovation in Vietnam, supporting consumers and businesses towards a digital economy.
Digital payment giant Visa is extending its comprehensive support, especially on Vietnam’s annual Cashless Day on June 16, to drive awareness and usage of digital payments among consumers and businesses across the country.
Despite the relaxation of travel restrictions, more work is needed to help the nation attract international tourists post-pandemic.
Vietnamese consumers are rapidly adopting a range of digital payment methods, accelerated due to the global restrictions of the past couple of years.
The Indonesian government has expanded the list of countries whose citizens can obtain a visa on arrival (VoA) to 72.
Visa – the world’s leader in digital payments – and Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex) announced the rollout of Visa contactless payments at its petrol stations across the country on May 31.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has issued Document No. 829/PA-BVHTTDL on its plan to reopen the tourism sector in the new normal.
Many textile and apparel producers have envisaged a double-digit growth in 2022, rooted in a strong market rebound globally and advantages from the implementation of diverse free trade agreements with Vietnam’s engagement.
Visa has chosen Vietnam as one of 10 new destinations in its journey to support female entrepreneurs in capital mobilisation, business governance, and development through the She’s Next Grant programme.
The three winners of the She's Next sponsorship programme launched by Visa for the first time in Vietnam will receive a grant of $10,000 each, along with the opportunity to participate in a training course and business networking.
Vietnam becomes the first country to participate in the Australian Agriculture Visa programme, after signing an MoU with Australian partners.