The latest issue of Vietnam Briefing Magazine, titled “Digital Economy Prospects in Vietnam and Identifying Government Support”, is out now and currently available to subscribers as a complimentary download in the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
In this issue:
Vietnam’s digital economy has seen significant growth over the last decade and is expected to be valued at US$57 billion by 2025. The country’s digital transformation is well underway and accelerated by the pandemic as businesses consider the possibilities of a virtual world having experienced sudden and overwhelming restrictions on physical mobility. In response, the Vietnamese government is facilitating a regulatory and incentives-based environment to promote technological innovation.
Digital transformation has been prioritized across most sectors, impacting ICT infrastructure, cybersecurity, e-government, digital skills, Industry 4.0, and tax policies. Major industries driving the growth of Vietnam’s digital economy include e-commerce, Fintech, ICT, and Edtech, among others.
In this issue of Vietnam Briefing magazine, we examine Vietnam’s digital economy and industries contributing to its growth. This is followed by an explanation of the developing regulatory framework and government support measures available. We conclude with a focus on the e-commerce industry, key growth drivers, and market entry options.
This magazine is based on Dezan Shira & Associates’ years of experience in supporting foreign enterprises in Vietnam. For more information on Vietnam’s digital economy and how to enter the e-commerce market, please contact us at [email protected].
This article was first published by VietnamBriefing which is produced by Dezan Shira & Associates. The firm assists foreign investors throughout Asia from offices across the world, including in in China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, India, and Russia. Readers may write to [email protected].
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