Visa and SmartPay announced a partnership on May 17 that will empower micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) with the essential tools that they need to compete in the burgeoning digital payment era.
PVcomBank has launched its multichannel payment service in collaboration with Visa and Vietpay Technology, a member of UK-based multinational group Nexxo Ventures Ltd.
In a bid to revive the struggling tourism sector, Vietnam is set to unveil a series of new visa and immigration policies at the upcoming National Assembly meeting.
Inflexibility in the business visa policy is a major barrier to many foreign-invested enterprises operating their factories in Vietnam.
Visa has announced a series of new payment security measures for Vietnam that will help fight cybercrime and keep consumers and businesses safe.
Manufacturers are hoping for the artificial intelligence revolution to reach their factories, envisaging robots being used to repair complex machinery.
Visa, the exclusive payment service partner of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand, joined the celebrations on April 14 to mark 100 days to go and unveil the 31 women football players it is supporting through its Team Visa programme.
Visa hosted the “New Flows Client Forum”, welcoming clients and partners looking to learn more about the company's solutions and formidable fintech partnerships, and how these can positively support the growth of Vietnam's small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Last week, the government issued a report on Vietnam’s unilateral visa waiver and several other policies in the management of entry, exit, transit, and residence of foreigners in Vietnam, which will give the country’s tourism a huge boost when enacted.
Pham Hai Quynh, director of the Asian Tourism Institute and chairman of the Vietnam Community Tourism Chapter, explained to VIR’s Thai An why building high-class products is vital for the industry, in addition to loosening visa policies.
Inbound tourism businesses in Vietnam are looking forward to visa policy reform to help boost the industry after plans officially got the thumbs-up and are set for National Assembly approval.
The Government has agreed to propose to the National Assembly some new policies relating to the immigration, transit and residence of foreigners in Vietnam, including one on a visa extension to 90 days.
Vietnam’s tourism industry is expected to surpass its goal of welcoming eight million foreign visitors this year, if visa policies are updated and length of stay options adjusted.
Phu Quoc Island is an ideal choice for travel and long-term relaxation thanks to a visa exemption policy for international visitors, temporary stays of up to 30 days, rich nature, and impressive architecture.
Leading enterprises in the United States, such as AES, Meta, SpaceX, VISA, and Boeing are looking forward to expanding business activities and demonstrating America's long-term commitment to Vietnam.