HÀ NỘI — The southern province of Vĩnh Long’s Department of Industry and Trade on Monday officially launched e-commerce platform www.trade.vinhlong.gov.vn.

The e-commerce website features images of the province’s localities, industries and their specialties and updated information of markets and legal documents, serving as a bridge to connect enterprises.

Enterprises seeking trade and business opportunities on the platform will have their own page to introduce themselves, the products and services that they provide and their discount policies offered to consumers.

According to the department, the website was built to support enterprises to access business and investment opportunities, help them save costs and trading time, thereby enabling them to efficiently increase their competitiveness, diversify consumer markets and make full use of the digital economy.

Phạm Tứ Phương, director of the department, said in the time ahead, the department would boost the application of e-commerce, disseminate legal documents related to e-commerce, provide public services online to businesses and focus on improving firms’ awareness of this kind of trading platform. — VNS

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