SMEs to increase online exports Business

SMEs to increase online exports

Many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) plan to increase cross-border trade for their products via e-commerce platforms to promote exports in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
E-commerce platform helps promote exports Business

E-commerce platform helps promote exports

The Trade Promotion Agency (TPA) and Alibaba.com jointly organised a conference on March 18 to discuss the export of goods through the e-commerce platform and inaugurate the Vietnam Pavillion on Alibaba.com.
Vietnam’s logistics market getting hot Business

Vietnam’s logistics market getting hot

The race to expand the logistics market share is getting hot when foreign businesses have continually been pouring capital into and scaling up their operations in Vietnam, Dau tu (Vietnam Investment Review) reported.
First Vietnamese bank shakes hands with Alibaba.com Business

First Vietnamese bank shakes hands with Alibaba.com

Vietnam Maritime Commercial Joint Stock Bank (MSB) announced on December 15 that it has become the first Vietnamese lender to sign a comprehensive cooperation agreement with Alibaba.com, a global business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce platform of Alibaba Group, to support importers and exporters in the new normal.
Vietrade, Alibaba.com partner to help firms with online export Business

Vietrade, Alibaba.com partner to help firms with online export

The Vietnam Trade Promotion Agency (Vietrade) and Alibaba.com, the global business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce platform of the Alibaba Group, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on supporting Vietnamese firms to boost online export and organised an international e-commerce conference in Hanoi on March 16.
E-commerce helps boost China-Thailand trade: experts World

E-commerce helps boost China-Thailand trade: experts

Cross-border e-commerce whets the appetite of millions of Chinese consumers for Thailand’s fresh fruits, including “Monthong” durian, which is not easy to find in the Chinese market when cross-border e-commerce didn’t rise between China and Thailand, according to an article run by Xinhua news agency.