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The Vietnamese homepage of tech giant Google changed its Doodle on December 17, celebrating Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
In 2023, Vietnamese visitors are in favor of natural attractions and out-of-town destinations.
Vietnam Youth Federation and Google empower youths with digital transformation skills.
Google has announced that it will offer 40,000 scholarships for Vietnamese students, and introduced three additional training courses in its programme to support Vietnam’s digital transformation, as part of the Google Career Certificates programme.
A collection of hundreds of high-quality photos depicting the culture and life of 54 ethnic minority groups across Vietnam is being on display for the first time on the global digital platform, Google Arts & Culture.
A collection of hundreds of high-quality photos depicting the culture and life of 54 ethnic minority groups across Vietnam is being exhibited for the first time on the global digital platform, Google Arts & Culture.
The Vietnamese homepage of tech giant Google features an image of thousands of people gathering together at Ba Dinh Square as part of efforts to honour the nation’s 78th National Day.
On the first working day after the 2023 Lunar New Year, foreign suppliers such as Facebook, Google and Apple declared and paid taxes worth US$76.7 million.
About US$2.5 billion has been spent on online ads and digital marketing in 2022, most of which has gone to Facebook, Google and TikTok, according to the Vietnam E-Commerce Association (Vecom).
This is the amount of contractor tax paid by the platforms.
Of the 50 selected startups, 25 are based in Hanoi and will begin the program in November.
Worrying about the escalation of trade tensions between the US and China as well as China’s Covid-19 lockdown, Google may move its smartphone orders to partner factories in Vietnam in the near future.
A person in HCM City has had to pay tax arrears and fines worth VND31 billion (US$1.3 million) for his earnings from Google without paying personal income tax.
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.
Ms. Nguyen Quynh Tram, former country manager in charge of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia at Google, is the new general director of Microsoft Vietnam.
From shopping to services, Vietnamese are choosing a digital-first lifestyle to benefit from the online world’s speed, convenience and prices, according to Google’s 2021 Year in Search: Vietnam's Search for Tomorrow report.