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People and businesses urged to take part in the digitalization: PM
Digitalization is seen as a major instrument for Vietnam to promote an independent and self-reliant economy.
14:22, 2022/22/20
Vietnam among Asia’s most dynamic start-up scenes: Report
E-commerce accounts for less than 5% of retail in Vietnam, meanwhile, it is one-third in China. That means the country's growth potential is huge.
09:55, 2022/55/06
Vietnam targets 70% of population to have bank accounts in 2022
The banking sector is set to continue promoting the use of non-cash payment methods with greater convenience and safety for the public.
14:11, 2022/11/18
Microsoft seeks greater cooperation with Vietnam in digitalization
The US IT company expects to help Vietnam build up digital skills for both private and state sectors, as well as develop data science.
16:27, 2022/27/28
Vietnam's digital economy earnings in Q1 reaches US$53 billion
Digitalization is a key drive for innovation and the foundation of a modern economy, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
14:59, 2022/59/14
Gov’t targets stock market capitalization of 85% of GDP by 2025
The Government announced an action plan for economic restructuring during the 2021-2025 period for Vietnam to close its gaps with regional countries.
13:21, 2022/21/03
Digital development set to spearhead Vietnam’s sustainable growth
The development of the digital economy would help Vietnam surpass the low-middle income threshold by 2025, reach the upper-middle-income status by 2030, and join the high-income group of countries by 2045.
22:46, 2022/46/10
Vietnam shows strong progress in adopting digital solutions for regulatory reform
The digitalization process would offer policymakers various tools to continue the reform process and bring more benefits for the people and businesses.
16:45, 2022/45/19
Vietnam urged to take pioneering in digital transformation
Vietnam is among countries in Southeast Asia with the fastest growth rate of the digital economy, estimated to be at US$19 billion in 2019.