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.
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.
Google has announced a list of top 10 search trends in Vietnam in 2021 together with 14 most-searched categories on Google Search.
Google has announced the Top 10 trending searches in Vietnam 2021 which show the great impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A programme initiated by Google in association with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) of Vietnam has provided 650,000 people with digital skills training, 30 percent higher than the plan.
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 new animated image of Vietnam's national flag is being featured on the Google search on the country's National Day – September 2.
Coc Coc has had to shift to Google’s user agent, a string of text that helps identify a browser when connecting to web pages, to protect users from possible negative impact from the policy on blocking access to many Google’s websites and services.
Five Vietnamese companies have been listed in the top 10 most visited e-commerce websites in Southeast Asia despite the global pandemic affecting consumers in the region, according to the latest e-commerce report.
Vietnamese YouTube content creators are unhappy about an announcement from Google about a deduction of up to 30 percent from their earnings from the platform.