Cashless payments the way of the future for Vietnam Business

Cashless payments the way of the future for Vietnam

The cashless payment system is prevalent worldwide. Going cashless has a lot of benefits for Vietnam, improving transaction safety and making it easier for the State to track transactions and facilitate tax collection.
Hanoi event encourages cashless payments Business

Hanoi event encourages cashless payments

The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade held a cashless payment event on July 21 with a view to helping fuel e-commerce, technology application and digital transformation.
Cashless payments still booming after pandemic Business

Cashless payments still booming after pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has been brought under control, and life for most people returned to normal. However, non-cash payments, encouraged during the pandemic to limit contact, have become popular among many people.
Cashless payments on the rise Videos

Cashless payments on the rise

Non-cash payments have become a new trend in Vietnam over recent times. When shopping or making other transactions, consumers can now use bank cards or mobile payment apps to enjoy preferential policies.
Short video market grows fast amid pandemic Business

Short video market grows fast amid pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic in the last half of 2020 saw Vietnamese people download and use more phone applications than in 2019, according to the Mobile Application 2021 report from Appota Group.
Mobile Money users may be charged: authority Business

Mobile Money users may be charged: authority

Customers using Mobile Money, a freshly-approved pilot project, may be charged a certain fee, according to the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority under the Ministry of Information and Communications.
Banks launch domestic credit chip cards Business

Banks launch domestic credit chip cards

The National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (Napas) and seven domestic banks recently launched domestic credit chip cards with unified standards to promote cashless payments and tackle black credit.