A draft decree recently submitted by the Ministry of Transport to the Government includes managing cars booked via ride-hailing applications in the same way as taxis are currently regulated, aiming to create an even playing field between traditional taxi firms and apps like Grab.
Online-to-offline (O2O) food delivery services are expected to grow rapidly, making them red hot in the market and attract investment from many Vietnamese and foreign investors, companies said.
More and more Vietnamese people are choosing to work freelance. The road, however, is not as smooth as it seems, according to insiders.
Mã Đức Huy has just graduated from the HCM City University of Technology, but is unable to find a job related to his major, bio-technology.
Be – a new player in Việt Nam’s ride hailing market that made its debut on Thurday morning – aims to have 6.6 million downloads and 105 million rides in the first year of operation.