The Ministry of Information and Communications has announced the list of 35 national digital platforms need to be developed, and has assigned Vietnam's key tech corporations to research and create these platforms.
Small- and medium - sized enterprises are striving to boost digital transformation, based on the country’s National Strategy on the Fourth Industrial Revolution for this decade.
Digital transformation will be the focus to effectively control the pandemic and restore socio-economic development over the next two years, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has confirmed.
Digitizing public transport has led to practical benefits for consumers.
The National Forum for Development of Digital Technology Businesses 2021 will discuss solutions that will enable digital transformation to be the driving force for economic recovery and development.
With contactless payment becoming increasingly common in HCM City due to people’s fear of COVID-19, retail firms are investing more and more in digital infrastructure.
Vietnam currently has over 1,000 organizations capable of supporting startups, including technology startups, with 202 coworking zones, 79 business incubators and 38 business promotion organizations.
Vietnam has regarded people as the centre, subject and driving force and target of development, PM Pham Minh Chinh told a plenary session of the third annual high-level forum on the fourth industrial revolution in Hanoi on December 6.
The Ministry of Information and Communications has submitted to the Government a draft Strategy for developing Vietnam’s digital economy and digital society, which may be approved this December.
HCM City has actively applied technology and digital platforms to promote tourism.
Since 2010, Da Nang has identified information and communication technology as one of the three strategic breakthroughs in socio-economic development.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chaired the first meeting of the committee via a videoconference on November 30, 2021.
Vietnam wants sustainable agricultural growth. This requires added value from production, processing, market development as well as a digital economy and smart agriculture.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has recently signed Decision No.1911/QD-TTg dated November 15, 2001 on the connection and sharing between the national database on population with national and specialised databases.