Waves of plastic wash up on beaches around the world. Rare turtles are found with straws jammed up their nostrils. The bellies of deep-diving whales are packed with bags and bottles. The scourge of plastic is choking the planet and Việt Nam is one of the worst offenders.
Việt Nam has had strong development in internet economy over past years, including growth of e-commerce in all fields of the socio-economy. The country needs solutions to develop further e-commerce in the future.
Just eight months after the official launch, Vietnam has become the fastest growing market of GrabFood in South East Asia, outside of Indonesia. What are the reasons behind such a tremendous achievement?
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.
Grab has announced that its food delivery service, GrabFood, will be expanded to 12 more cities and provinces in Việt Nam, taking the total number where it is available to 15.
Speed and technology have become potent ingredients in Viet Nam’s sizzling food delivery market.
People who share their names with striker Nguyễn Công Phượng and goalkeeper Đặng Văn Lâm will enjoy a range of discounts after Việt Nam defeated Jordan 4-2 on penalty kicks to advance to the Asian Cup quarter-finals
A short story by Nguyễn Văn Thọ
The Vietnamese delivery market, especially food, is at a year long high with many new businesses and services profiting.
Ride-hailing app FastGo on Monday officially launched its services in southern Đồng Nai and Bình Dương provinces, continuing its expansion plan.