Connected Lighting zone debuts at Autumn lighting fair, showcasing smart-lighting products and solutions.
Thorough preparations, especially in human resources training, are needed for Vietnam to anticipate opportunities of the semiconductor industry expected to continue growing rapidly in the coming time.
Although American industry leaders have warned about high costs, Vietnam is in negotiations with chip makers to increase investment in the nation and perhaps develop its first chipmaking factory.
Baemin's "roller coaster" journey in Vietnam brings valuable lessons to strategists in today's digital era.
- 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
The good news is that the production value per hectare of agricultural land in HCM City has been increasing steadily.
Livestreamers may face fierce competition not only from in-person colleagues but also KOLs created by artificial intelligence technology.
Vietnamese brokerage firm Thien Viet Securities (TVS) has led a $2-million funding round in a local artificial intelligence technology startup Namitech.
SBV has outlined its plan to mandate the use of face authentication as a security measure for all money transfers starting April next year to protect bank accounts.
Amkor of the U.S. debuted a $1.6 billion chip factory in Vietnam for packaging and testing on Wednesday, the latest in a string of foreign semiconductor investments in the Southeast Asian country.
Vietnam has seen a surge in e-commerce exports in recent years, and MSMEs are well-positioned to gain greatly from the sector's explosive expansion.
Vietnamese tax officials received VND9.28 trillion (US$379 million) in taxes from international cross-border service providers in Vietnam, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple, via a portal 18 months after its establishment.
In addition to deploying 5G band licences, Việt Nam also produces 5G telecommunications equipment.
Tencent Holdings marked its presence at VNG Corporation a decade before and has played an important role in the strong rise of Vietnam's first technology unicorn.
Hana Micron plans to pour $1 billion into chip production in Vietnam by 2025, the latest in a wave of semiconductor investments flooding into the communist country.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh hosted separate receptions for executives of several U.S. corporations, including Apple Inc., Boeing Company, Google, Siemens Healthineers, in New York on September 21.
VNG is postponing a Nasdaq debut amid an uncertain market environment, less than two weeks after the Vietnamese gaming startup joined a CEO roundtable with U.S. President Joe Biden.