Buy Now Pay Later - The future of retail payment?

Buy Now Pay Later - The future of retail payment?

Foreign and Vietnamese companies are placing large bets on the buy now, pay later approach in Vietnam, thanks to a significant increase in the use of the payment method, but the sector still presents certain dangers.
Insurers show off digital-led products

Insurers show off digital-led products

To simplify the purchasing process, insurance companies are in a race to launch new digital products while cooperating with the banking industry and e-commerce platforms.
USAID IPSC Project connects Vietnamese enterprises with e-commerce giants

USAID IPSC Project connects Vietnamese enterprises with e-commerce giants

Representatives from leading e-commerce platforms shared best practices on e-commerce marketplaces at a recent business matchmaking event held by USAID IPSC.
E-commerce groups tapping into ditigal market growth

E-commerce groups tapping into ditigal market growth

Vietnam’s fast-growing digital economy is hoping to lure big foreign funding to cash in on the enormous potential – although whittling down the use of physical cash could take a lot longer.
New rule reshuffles tax burden

New rule reshuffles tax burden

While new efforts from the Vietnamese government to press e-commerce platforms to declare and pay tax on behalf of individual vendors and business households would unscramble tax enforcement for local authorities, e-commerce platforms are pushing back against the extra burden placed on them.
E-commerce continues to thrive amid pandemic

E-commerce continues to thrive amid pandemic

Revenues posted by e-commerce platforms for January were up 30 percent year-on-year despite there being fewer promotions than in previous years, figures from the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the platforms reveal.
Nearly 16,200 online stores sanctioned for profiting from COVID-19

Nearly 16,200 online stores sanctioned for profiting from COVID-19

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has been cracking down on profiteers for selling face masks, hand sanitisers and other items for inflating prices due to the high demand caused by the ravaging COVID-19 epidemic.