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Common e-commerce platform for 63 provinces to be built

By T. Huy

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HCMC – A plan has been introduced to construct a unified e-commerce platform where the nation’s 63 centrally governed provinces and cities can exchange their products under a concentrated supply chain model.

Under the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 645/QD-TTg, issued in May 2020, which approved the National E-commerce Development Master Plan for the 2021-2025 period, the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency will take charge of implementing the plan to build a unified e-commerce platform for the 63 provinces and cities.

Currently, online trade promotions conducted via local e-commerce platforms have many limitations and lack efficiency. As part of the plan, the project will enhance linkages between localities’ e-commerce platforms and connect them with popular e-commerce platforms to form an effective multi-faceted business environment.

According to the Vietnam E-commerce and Digital Economy Agency, the unified e-commerce platform will bridge the gap in e-commerce platform development between big cities and other localities.

At the same time, the e-commerce platform is expected to contribute to boosting the popularity of e-commerce among businesses and communities, developing a healthy, competitive, and sustainable e-commerce market, and expanding local and international consumer markets for Vietnamese products.

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