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‘Make in Vietnam’ expects 200% growth rate, competition with Google

Building Vietnam’s browsers, search engines, smarthomes and digital platforms for Vietnamese are the goals of the Make in Vietnam program for 2024.

Blockchain integrated into Make-in-Vietnam browser

The Vietnamese-developed browser and search engine CocCoc will join KardiaChain to develop an integrated wallet to promote the use of Blockchain and Web3.

Vietnam’s Coc Coc browser has new general director

Mr. Nguyen Vu Anh, 45, has replaced Mr. Jean Paul Schmetz as the general director of Coc Coc from March 15.

Google share in Vietnam search market hits low on competition from Coc Coc

The search engine's share giant dropped by nearly 4.8 percentage points in August 2020 year-on-year.

Coc Coc browser criticized for collecting users’ information

A group of domestic users believe that Coc Coc, a Vietnamese browser, has been quietly storing http cookies recording users’ history of logging in on Facebook and sending the information to another website. 

Online ad market: small firms fight against two US giants

VietNamNet Bridge - The US social network Facebook and the search engine Google receive the biggest pieces of the Vietnamese online ad market, which has been growing rapidly in recent years.

Coc Coc to avoid direct confrontation with Google

VietNamNet Bridge - Coc Coc is well known in Vietnam as a browser on par with the world favorite Chrome. However, its founders initially planned to develop the company as a search engine.

VN browser Coc Coc dreams of going to the world

Coc Coc is a technology start-up that opened for business in 2013 with three Vietnamese founders. It is obvious that Coc Coc has great advantages favored by Vietnamese. But these are not enough for it to become famous worldwide.

Has the founder of search engine Coc Coc resigned?

VietNamNet Bridge - The founders of Coc Coc have denied that they have given up the search engine, which is a big rival to Google in Vietnam.

Venture funds heading for Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese startups have become more and more attractive to angel investors, seed-funds and series A-funds, both domestic and foreign.

Coc Coc browser emerges as threat to Chrome’s No. 1 spot in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Coc Coc, a Vietnamese browser, has knocked Chrome off his position as the favorite browser in Vietnam, where many people prefer foreign-made products and services to domestic ones.

Vietnamese browser Coc Coc ranks second in popularity after Chrome

Coc Coc, the Vietnamese developed browser and search engine, has surpassed Firefox and Internet Explorer to become the second most popular browser, after Chrome, in Vietnam.