VGP - Viet Nam's digital economy is expected to grow 20 percent a year in the 2023-2025 period and is on track to reach around US$45 billion by 2025, the fastest pace in Southeast Asia along with the Philippines, an annual industry report showed.
VGP – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh highlighted four main priorities for national digital transformation while addressing an event on Tuesday to mark the National Digital Transformation Day.
VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh urged ministries, agencies and localities nationwide to step up their efforts toward having at least 20 million VNeID appby users by the end of this year.
VGP - Viet Nam should prioritize investments in digital and green technologies, infrastructure, and in human capital to help promote sustainable long-term development, suggested the World Bank (WB).
VGP – The Government targets to raise the share of digital economy to GDP to 16 percent in 2023 compared to 14.26 percent last year, according to its latest plan.
VGP - Total revenues of Viet Nam's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry reached US$20.6 billion in January-February period, up 5 percent against the same period last year, reported the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
VGP - Deputy Foreign Minister Pham Quang Hieu suggested international partners and investment funds invest in areas of Viet Nam’s priorities such as green economy and digital economy.
VGP - Viet Nam and Singapore established their partnership in digital economy–green economy on February 9 during Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh’s official visit to Singapore.
VGP - Viet Nam is in the lead and set to post a 31 percent growth in gross merchandize value (GMV) from US$23 billion in 2022 to US$49 billion in 2025.
VGP – Viet Nam has set goal to increase the GDP share of digital economy to 20% by 2025, according to the latest Resolution No. 52-NQ/TW of the Politburo on guidelines for participation in the 4th Industrial Revolution.