The amount of money Facebook is planning to collect from Vietnamese partners accounts for 5 percent of invoice value. The money will be used to fulfill tax obligations.
Meta’s survey shows that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam are affected by the new Covid-19 strain, but optimistic signals are revealed.
More than 3,200 videos and articles with false or fake information were removed by cross-border platforms in Vietnam in the first quarter of 2022.
According to the General Department of Taxation, there are 15 large corporations and technology companies in the world earning a lot of money from Vietnam through cross-border businesses.
Australia has been at the forefront of an uphill battle against tech giants, though it's still at a starting point.
People under the age of 26 in Vietnam spend more than seven hours a day on mobile apps such as Facebook, Youtube, Zalo, Tik Tok, Facebook Messenger and Shopee, among others.
Meta has announced the four most discussed topics of the year in Vietnam on their two social networking platforms Facebook and Instagram.
Domestic social networks would promote the strengths of their specialized foundation to develop niche markets and build specialized social networks, combined with mobile payments to create an digital ecosystem of Vietnam.
Meta Platforms Inc. (formerly Facebook Inc.) has announced the establishment of climate science centres (CSCs) in Vietnam and over 30 countries in the Asia Pacific region.
A Facebook survey rates Vietnam as a home for digital transformation and forecasts that the market will lead the region in terms of e-commerce growth.
After changing its name from Facebook to Meta, the corporation has launched a new operation in Vietnam and other Asian countries.
The General Department of Taxation directly administers taxes on overseas suppliers and is responsible for granting tax identification numbers to overseas suppliers in accordance with Vietnamese regulations.
A vulnerability on Facebook has been exploited by hackers to change the name of many fanpages of universities in Vietnam.
Vietnamese are heavily reliant on Facebook as a communication channel, as was clear when Facebook had an outage Monday night.
Many Facebook accounts in Vietnam have received notices of suspension due to violations of community policy. If the users do not give a compelling reason, their accounts will be permanently locked.