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According to the Ministry of Public Security (MPS), the expansion of the coverage of the Law on Citizen Identity Card can satisfy current requirements.

Hanoi digitizes tourist attractions improve travel experience

Digital transformation is one of the important solutions for tourist sites and travel businesses to build tours and attract visitors to Hanoi.

HCM City government to go digital by 2025

The HCM City government has announced its digital data governance strategy for 2025 with a vision towards 2030.

Vietnam speeds up digitalisation in trade promotion activities

Digitalising trade promotion activities and the application of information technology are important aspects of the country’s strategy for building a digital government, digital economy, and digital society.

Deputy PM Tran Hong Ha joins VN Committee on Digital Transformation

Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha has been appointed as the Permanent Vice Chairman of the National Committee on Digital Transformation, replacing former Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam.

Pioneering enterprises to lead Vietnam’s digital technology in world market

'Going together’ is one of the principles the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) has suggested to technology firms to reach out to the world market.

Nearly 11.8 million people use chip-based ID cards to access healthcare services

Nearly 11.8 million people in Vietnam have used their chip-based ID cards to access healthcare services, according to Vietnam Social Security (VSS).

More Vietnamese companies start digital transformation process

Vietnamese enterprises have begun allocating a budget for digital transformation, which shows heightened awareness of the need for the process.

Digital transformation to be accelerated in 2023, says PM

Digital transformation is an irreversible trend that should be grasped and fully exploited in order to make development breakthroughs and bring about benefits for people, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh on February 25.

AI wave set to sweep tech market

The trend for digital transformation and the push from new technology have created momentum for platforms and products applying AI to develop in Vietnam.

Digital transformation must integrate with real life: deputy minister

Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung speaks about the outcomes of national digital transformation over the past few years and orientations to make breakthroughs in the future, especially in developing the digital economy.

Digital transformation to speed up industrialization, modernization

The Party, State and Government consider digital transformation as a key task on the path towards industrialization and modernization. The digital economy is expected to make up 20 percent of GDP by 2025 and 30 percent by 2030.

Businesswoman pioneers digitization in agriculture company

The pioneers in digital agriculture in Vietnam turn out to be women who are using digital technology to change traditional agricultural production and create breakthroughs in the field.

Businesses discuss ways to overcome challenges in 2023

Warned that uncertainties will still exist in 2023, businesses need to prepare well to weather the storm.

Digital transformation turns dreams of businesses into reality

With some close to bankruptcy, many enterprises have made a breakthrough and developed sustainably by going digital and using artificial intelligence (Al).

MIC acts as cradle for digital tech firms to test their products

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung stressed that MIC is the leading ministry in the Make-in-Vietnam campaign and serves as the cradle for technology firms to experiment with and develop products.

HCM City promotes digital transformation in education

Digital transformation is considered key to improving education and training quality, as proven by the effect of HCM City actively applying digital transformation over the past five years.

Vietnamese farmers on board the ‘digital agriculture train’

In the digital era, next-generation farmers can fertilize and water their fields in Binh Phuoc from afar, even in a different country.

HCM City to pilot issuance of electronic civil status records

The HCM City Department of Justice has proposed the Ministry of Justice pilot the issuance of electronic civil status records instead of a paper version as part of efforts to enhance satisfaction with civil status registration.

Vietnamese small, medium-sized firms carrying out digital transformation

Although more than 90 percent of manufacturers in Vietnam are still in small and medium enterprises, they have performed digital transformation strongly, which also impacts the country's economic growth beneficially.