As consumption habits have changed during the Covid-19 pandemic, the fashion industry is gradually expanding into online business.
According to a report by iPrice, grocery prices in Vietnam are among the cheapest in Southeast Asia after comparing prices for groceries in Southeast Asia from Numbeo.
Instead of going directly to the market to buy votive paper for the Ghost Festival, which falls on the full moon day of the 7th lunar month, many families are buying products online.
Many HCM City businesses, even small traders in traditional markets who are not usually thought to be tech-savvy, have been focusing on selling online and networking to survive, or even thriving, amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Online shoppers are being warned over purchasing expensive goods as a rise in e-commerce means more merchants exploiting loopholes and concerns over customer protection
Innovation in Vietnam’s e-commerce industry this year will focus primarily on payments, logistics, and digital technology.
Online shopping traffic in Vietnam so far this year rocketed over 150 percent against a year earlier, with daily visits to e-commerce sites growing to 3.5 million,
Farmers have been successfully utilising online channels such as Facebook to promote their produce directly to consumers amid the COVID-19...
In light of a boom in e-commerce across Southeast Asia, Vietnam as the ASEAN chair in 2020 is determined to encourage the growth of cross-border e-commerce across the region.
Vietnam’s B2C e-commerce revenue rose by 25 percent to 10.08 billion USD in 2019, according to the e-Commerce White Book 2020 released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s e-Commerce and Digital Economy Agency (iDEA).
Vietnam’s e-commerce saw a 30 percent growth rate from 2016 to 2020, according to the Ministry of Investment and Planning. The country aims to have 55 percent of population shopping online by 2025.
Selling goods through live streaming, which has exploded in the Chinese market, has become popular in Southeast Asia, including in Vietnam, reported Nhip Cau Dau Tu (nhipcaudautu.vn).