E-commerce sales in Vietnam expected to reach $56 billion in next five years

E-commerce sales in Vietnam expected to reach $56 billion in next five years

E-commerce sales in Vietnam will go from $12 billion in 2021 to $56 billion in 2026, according to an annual report by Facebook Inc. and Bain & Co.
Vietnamese consumers show preference for conversational commerce to e-commerce

Vietnamese consumers show preference for conversational commerce to e-commerce

In his most recent open sharing, Huy Nguyen, regional country lead, Growth Businesses, Southeast Asia at Facebook, has highlighted to Thu Huong the value of conversational commerce and how it is transforming businesses in Vietnam and across the globe.
Vietnam keeps tabs on digital advertising

Vietnam keeps tabs on digital advertising

The Vietnamese government’s new initiative on cross-border advertisement on digital platforms like YouTube, Google, and Facebook is deemed a step up from previous legislation, particularly regarding censorship and tax obligations.
Facebook and Google to face new rules on cross-border ads services from September

Facebook and Google to face new rules on cross-border ads services from September

Vietnam will tighten control over cross-border platforms providing advertisement services like Facebook and Google from September 15.
Grow more with less: Leverage digital touchpoints to thrive despite challenges

Grow more with less: Leverage digital touchpoints to thrive despite challenges

COVID-19 is here to stay, yet a digital-led strategy can surely help companies navigate successfully through the crisis.
Facebook tests alerting users to extremist posts

Facebook tests alerting users to extremist posts

A Facebook test of pop-up boxes asking people whether they think friends are becoming extremists raised concerns Friday among US conservatives who felt their voices might be stifled.
Facebook sues Vietnamese group of four for online scams

Facebook sues Vietnamese group of four for online scams

Facebook has filed a legal action against a group of individuals in Vietnam who got users to compromise their own Facebook accounts and ran unauthorised ads.
Social video becomes the new normal

Social video becomes the new normal

Platforms allowing video consumers to watch and create their own video content like Facebook have been growing more popular during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facebook commits to creating trustworthy platform with ads policy enforcement

Facebook commits to creating trustworthy platform with ads policy enforcement

Supriya Singh, Product Marketing manager, Business Integrity, Asia-Pacific at Facebook shared about the enforcement of Facebook’s ad policies in Vietnam.
Facebook says hackers 'scraped' data of 533 mn users in 2019 leak

Facebook says hackers 'scraped' data of 533 mn users in 2019 leak

Facebook said Tuesday that hackers "scraped" personal data of some half-billion users back in 2019 by taking advantage of a feature designed to help people easily find friends using contact lists.
Facebook fails in bid to derail $15 bn privacy suit

Facebook fails in bid to derail $15 bn privacy suit

The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider an appeal by Facebook that would have derailed a $15 billion lawsuit over whether it illegally tracked users about a decade ago.
Media enhancement fit for a digital future

Media enhancement fit for a digital future

Along with the ongoing discussion about the role and responsibilities of social media and local news outlets that also entail debates about intellectual ownership of news snippets and headlines, the need for general reforms of local newspapers has emerged.
Content debate piques local interest

Content debate piques local interest

Following the ongoing showdown between Australian lawmakers and Google and Facebook, Vietnam aims to devise similar plans and force global tech titans to share some of the profits they make for using and sharing local press articles.
Australia and Facebook in talks over sweeping news ban

Australia and Facebook in talks over sweeping news ban

Australia and Facebook held high-stakes talks Friday after the social media giant sparked global outrage by blacking out news for its Australian users, as Canberra insisted it wouldn't back down on a new law that would force the tech firm to pay for journalistic content.
End of the game nigh for online tax dodgers

End of the game nigh for online tax dodgers

The age of unfettered freedom for online business and vendors is coming to a close as Vietnamese authorities are building policies to better trace these activities and collect the state’s due.
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