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PM asks for improvement in legal system amid Industry 4.0

Politics

PM asks for improvement in legal system amid Industry 4.0

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has underlined the need to accelerate the building of a digital government, digital administration and smart urban system, affirming that the application of new technologies will contribute to speeding up policy response and promptly detecting shortcomings in law enforcement.

Cybercrime targets finance sector

Business

Cybercrime targets finance sector

Vietnam’s cyber security is being compromised, posing new challenges in ensuring information safety, especially in the finance-banking sector, State agencies and organisations, experts warned at a recent conference.

Lack of cooperation prevents spread of non-cash payments

Business

Lack of cooperation prevents spread of non-cash payments

A lack of cooperation between banks, service providers and customers is the major issue preventing the widespread use of cashless payments in Vietnam, Nguyen Dinh Thang, Chairman of LienVietPostBank’s Board of Directors, said at the Banking Vietnam 2019 event in Hanoi on May 30.

Global investors eye Vietnam’s real estate market

World

Global investors eye Vietnam’s real estate market

Foreign investors cannot take their eyes off the Vietnamese real estate market, one of the most dynamic emerging markets globally, according to an article by regional managing director, Southeast Asia, CBRE Vikram Kohli on www.bussinesstimes.com.sg.

Deputy PM: Vietnam supports cashless payments

Politics

Deputy PM: Vietnam supports cashless payments

The Vietnamese Government will continue to support and solidify legal regulations on cashless payment systems, Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue told Anthony Tan, CEO and co-founder of Grab – a ride-hailing platform in Southeast Asia which has been popular in Vietnam over the past five years.

Foreign investors eye Vietnam’s e-wallet market

Business

Foreign investors eye Vietnam’s e-wallet market

Foreign investors have poured into Vietnam’s e-wallet sector as they see huge growth potential in the market in the wake of the Government’s plan to reduce cash payments to below 10 percent of the total payment transaction by 2020.