Vietnam’s e-commerce market to exceed $17 billion in 2023

Vietnam’s e-commerce market to exceed $17 billion in 2023

The Vietnamese e-commerce market is projected to grow at 16.3 per cent CAGR from $9.5 billion in 2019 to $17.37 billion in 2023, according to GlobalData.
China retreats online to weather coronavirus storm

China retreats online to weather coronavirus storm

Virus-phobia has sent hundreds of millions of Chinese flocking to online working options, with schools, businesses, government departments, medical facilities - even museums and zoos - wrapping themselves in the digital cloud for protection.
Trade war impacts US companies' business on Single Day

Trade war impacts US companies' business on Single Day

About 50,000 US brands suffered a serious fall in business on Single Day 2019 (November 11) due to the prolonged US-China tensions.
Vietnam could prove tough cookie for Alibaba and Amazon

Vietnam could prove tough cookie for Alibaba and Amazon

Vietnam may be stirred up with the arrival of Alibaba and Amazon. However, with the locals' limited purchasing ability, Vietnam may not be an easy market.
Alibaba.com gives wing to Vietnamese SMEs to go global

Alibaba.com gives wing to Vietnamese SMEs to go global

Alibaba.com is committed to supporting Vietnam's small-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) working in e-commerce to extend their reach and presence globally.
Seeking success where Amazon failed

Seeking success where Amazon failed

Alibaba’s plans to enter Vietnam are ringing alarm bells across e-commerce, but unless the Chinese giant can come out with something new to surprise competition, it could not set a firm niche in Vietnam just like its biggest competitor, US mainstay Amazon
SMEs could enhance e-commerce sales thanks to Alibaba and Fado

SMEs could enhance e-commerce sales thanks to Alibaba and Fado

Thanks to the support of Alibaba and local platform Fado, local companies’ sales on e-commerce platforms is expected to improve by a great deal.
Lazada e-wallet call: out of the frying pan and into the fire

Lazada e-wallet call: out of the frying pan and into the fire

Falling behind in the e-commerce race, Lazada has decided to branch out into e-wallet services – a decision with which the company may dig its own grave.
Jack Ma retires: 6 facts about Alibaba's colourful founder

Jack Ma retires: 6 facts about Alibaba's colourful founder

SINGAPORE: Jack Ma sure knows how to pick a date. 
Smooth succession: Jack Ma eases out of a thriving Alibaba

Smooth succession: Jack Ma eases out of a thriving Alibaba

Jack Ma steps down next week as chairman of Alibaba, but the start-up he built into an online retail behemoth is expected to keep thriving into a new era thanks to a culture of innovation he helped nurture.
Alibaba buys NetEase's import e-commerce unit for US$2 billion

Alibaba buys NetEase's import e-commerce unit for US$2 billion

Alibaba Group has bought the e-commerce platform of NetEase for about US$2 billion and will participate in a US$700 million investment in NetEase's music streaming service, the two Chinese firms said on Friday (Sep 6).
New approach into logistics

New approach into logistics

Logistics is a crucial component for the Vietnamese e-commerce market to succeed and reach its full potential. Many foreign logistics providers and e-commerce operators are making forays to seize the opportunities provided by the rapidly growing demand.
Alibaba partners with Fado to sell Vietnamese goods globally

Alibaba partners with Fado to sell Vietnamese goods globally

Vietnamese enterprises can export their products over the world through the online platform of Alibaba.
Alibaba rival Pinduoduo seeks to raise US$1.5b

Alibaba rival Pinduoduo seeks to raise US$1.5b

Chinese firm Pinduoduo, an ambitious rival of e-commerce giant Alibaba, plans to raise about US$1.5 billion from Wall Street to fund its expensive expansion.
Amazon and Alibaba to compete in Vietnam e-commerce’s ring

Amazon and Alibaba to compete in Vietnam e-commerce’s ring

With overall revenue of $10 billion in 2025, e-commerce is becoming a gold mine for both local and foreign enterprises and has drawn in both Amazon and Alibaba
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