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Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, has announced the three winning teams from its 10th annual Vietnam Financial Literacy programme, with H2L taking home the first prize.
Home Credit Vietnam has won a Visa Award 2022 in the most acclaimed category of Leadership in Payment Volume Growth, making 2022 the third consecutive year that the firm has been honoured by the prominent international card issuer.
Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, is launching Google Wallet for cardholders in Vietnam in partnership with ACB, Sacombank, Shinhan Bank, Techcombank, TPBank, Vietcombank, and VPBank. With the launch, Android and Wear OS users will be able to enjoy secure and convenient digital payments with a single tap of their smart device.
The human resources of Vietnam are improving to meet the demand of foreign-invested enterprises. However, they may require stronger policies on visas to enhance performance and transfer high technologies to Vietnam
The Thai Cabinet has approved a 45-day stay for tourists entitled to visa exemptions and 30 days for those eligible for the Visa on Arrival programme in order to help boost the tourism sector during the travel season.
Digital bank Cake by VPBank (Cake), the on-demand multi-service consumer platform from Be and Visa – the world’s leader in digital payments – is releasing Vietnam’s first collaborative co-branded credit card product.
The move aims to facilitate Vietnamese citizens' entry into other countries as several suspended the issuance of visas to holders of new Vietnamese passports due to the omission of birthplace information.
Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, is partnering with the Faculty of Finance and Banking of the University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University (VNU-UEB) to promote financial management skills among Vietnamese students.
Visa, the world’s leader in digital payments, and the Central Committee of Vietnam Students’ Association (CCVSA) on August 23 celebrated 10 years of partnership with the financial literacy programme.
Germany now temporarily recognises the new model Vietnamese passport that provides information about the place of birth. Visa issuances will resume, with the exception of multi-year type C visas.
Digital payment giant Visa announced the winners of its inaugural She’s Next Grant Program in Vietnam last week, reinforcing its commitment to supporting female entrepreneurs in the country.
Vietnam’s visa policy should be more open to lure international tourists, insiders have said.
Insiders have suggested ways to remove the bottlenecks for international travel to Vietnam, helping to take full advantage of the post-pandemic travel market.
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.