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Vietnam ranks 2nd in ASEAN as to app downloads

Vietnam ranks 2nd in ASEAN as to app downloads

Smart device users in Vietnam spend averagely about 4 hours per day on their applications. This displays a fast and promising growth of the application economy in the country.
Diners of 'mi quang' dish just need to scan a QR code for payment

QR codes widely accepted in both formal, casual stores

Street food has been a part of Vietnamese culture, and casual street food stores have contributed much to the economic growth. The implementation of cashless payment methods in these places turns them into more appealing ones.
Smart phones now have useful apps to aid people in their daily activities. (Photo: SGGP)

Mobile apps bringing great convenience to Vietnamese

As smart phones are becoming increasingly popular to the public, the growth of practical mobile apps is something to be expected. These useful software pieces can satisfy all demands of users in their daily life activities, and are changing many habits of citizens now.

Exports still post robust growth in 2021

Exports still post robust growth in 2021

The total import and export turnover by October is estimated at US$109.05 billion, up 17.9 percent over the same period last year. This result has been contributed significantly by the food and foodstuff industry, with nearly 13.8 percent of the industrial production value of Ho Chi Minh City.
The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to the change among consumers towards cashless payment. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam wholeheartedly promoting cashless payment

Digital applications are significantly changing how banks operate and making breakthroughs in business activities via overhead cost reduction. One such impressive application is the wide use of cashless payment in many countries, including Vietnam. Seeing a promising future in this aspect, banks in Vietnam are introducing various policies to boost the use of this convenient payment channel.

Viettel has successfully launched its pilot scheme for Mobile Money. (Photo: SGGP)

Mobile Money in Vietnam witnesses promising future

The approval of the Prime Minister in Decision No.316/QD-TTG on March 9, 2021 to the pilot scheme for the use of telecoms accounts to pay for small-value goods and services (Mobile Money) has attracted much interest of both experts in the fields of banking, finance, telecoms as well as the general public.

Many banks are offering free service fee for transactions via Mobile banking, Internet banking to encourage e-payment. (Photo: SGGP)

E-payment strongly encouraged in Vietnam

In the sensitive time of the Covid-19 outbreak, cash is considered a potential disease transporter in the community. To promote the habit of e-payment among the public in Vietnam, many banks and intermediary payment services are offering free transaction fee.

A buyer is paying her bill conveniently via e-wallet service at Phuong Nam Bookstore. (Photo: SGGP)

E-wallet increasingly popular in Vietnam

Thanks to their great convenience in transactions, e-wallets are growingly used in daily purchases all around Vietnam. This has led to a fierce competition among service providers, yet a wonderful chance for consumers to enjoy various benefits.

New banking of modern era: Mobile money

New banking of modern era: Mobile money

Lately, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said after the Prime Minister has given the green light to mobile money implementation, the Ministry has worked with the State Bank of Vietnam and telecommunication companies on goal orientation for payment services.

Representatives of Vimo and SASCO sign an agreement on launching electronic payment services for Asian tourists when travelling into Vietnam. — (Source: ictnews.vn)

Travellers can pay by e-wallet at airport

The Vimo Technology Joint Stock Company (Vimo.vn) and Southern Airport Services Joint Stock Company (SASCO) have signed a cooperation agreement on launching electronic payment services for Asian tourists when travelling into Vietnam.