Vietnam's VNG plans to roll out a ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence service tailored for speakers of Vietnamese as the gaming company searches for a new cash cow.
Global online shopping activity is being disrupted by the massive "discharge" of items from Chinese factories onto e-commerce platforms.
Mobile phone accounts can now be used to pay for low-value goods and services until the end of next year.
It wouldn't be surprising when TikTok entered the e-commerce delivery space.
- Chinese low-cost e-commerce battle lands in Vietnam 1
- Vietnam's mobile money trial program to be extended till 2024 2
- Winning at e-commerce, TikTok enters the delivery market 3
- Ride-hailing services face stiff competition 4
- Vietnam's FPT targets U.S. with eye on AI and chip deals 5
- Gaming startup VNG aims to launch Vietnam's answer to ChatGPT 6
In Vietnam, the semiconductor industry is believed to hold huge potential for making breakthroughs to help with fast and sustainable economic development, but the shortage of manpower is posing a huge challenge.
The ride-hailing job market in HCM City has seen increasing competition in already harsh conditions as many laid-off factory workers have taken up the job, according to experts.
FPT is becoming a major investor in artificial intelligence startup Landing AI as it aims to increase annual revenue in the country to $1 billion by 2030.
Apple supplier Luxshare Precision Industry has been awarded a license to invest an additional $330 million in its plant in Vietnam's northern province, raising the total investment to $504 million.
In the near future, Vietnam will become a reliable partner and an important link in the global semiconductor manufacturing and supply chains.
Vietnam’s leading corporation FPT, announces its acquisition of the US-based company Cardinal Peak, a strategic move to strengthen its product engineering delivery capabilities in North America.
Viet Nam's digital economy is expected to grow 20 percent a year in the 2023-2025 period and is on track to reach around US$45 billion by 2025.
Students from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology emerged as the champions of the 2023 GBA Business Challenge, a contest by the German Business Association to promote local young talents.
Although ministries, sectors, and enterprises are attempting to remove trans-border e-commerce hurdles, Vietnamese firms still face several challenges.
Intel has shelved a planned investment in Vietnam that could have nearly doubled the U.S. chipmaker's operation there in a blow to the country's growing ambitions in the chips industry.
In the 4th year of digital transformation, Vietnamese businesses are promoting the exploitation of digital data gold mines.
The Japanese actively build new advantages for the next growth phase of the Vietnamese economy through investing in recruitment technology.