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Giving farmers and consumers a leg up over the pandemic

Outcries have been widely heard over the supply chain disruptions at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, and for both consumers and farmers, the grievance...

Can e-commerce platforms play taxmen?

Although the rule that e-commerce platforms must be responsible for declaration and payment of both value-added tax and personal income tax on behalf of...

E-commerce management law: Problems remain

E-commerce is a heated issue during the Covid-19 pandemic. Its importance is underscored by the draft amendments to Decree 52/2013/ND-CP unveiled by the Ministry...

E-commerce gives impetus to woodworking sector

In the rapid development of e-commerce, online stores and factories are one of the solutions with which enterprises can cope with the prolonged Covid-19...

To survive the pandemic

Some enterprises have changed their business models to survive the hardship of the Covid-19 pandemic. "We have switched production of interior furniture for sale to...

Risks scare away online consumers

Only 38% of the population do shopping online, of whom only 10% make payment electronically. The dual goal of boosting e-commerce and cashless payments...

Over half of Vietnam’s population expected to choose online shopping in 2025

HCMC – Vietnam aims to see 55% of its population shop online by 2025, with average annual spending of US$600 per person. Deputy Prime Minister...

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