Other shops offer customers extra value and may encourage them to buy more or to choose one business or product over another. Seasonal shoppers have been buying discounted products of international brand names such as Valentino, Calvin Klein, Coach, MCM, Salvatore Ferragamo, Adidas in Black Friday promotional sales. … [Read more...] about Vietnamese consumers start hunting discounted goods during Black Friday Deals
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Luu Ky Nam was at the press meeting to launch new Song Hanh Y Te service AIA Vietnam is trying its utmost to transition from a traditional “payer” to a life-long “partner” for its clients. “Similar to participating in the race, we will commit to run along our clients from start to finish and support them at every life-changing moment of their lives,” Nam emphasised. … [Read more...] about The hardest part of a journey is the start
More Vietnamese use livestream, says e-commerce company Vietnamese consumers, across ages, are tending to use livestream as a way to connect with sellers and gather information about products while shopping from home, e-commerce giant Shopee said in a report. … [Read more...] about Dirt-cheap so-called ‘branded’ cosmetics fooling people on Facebook
The ambassador also said that China will keep a close contact with other countries on the pandemic containment and trade-related measures, fully implement the ASEAN-China free trade agreement, actively work with other parties towards the signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) this year and expand regional cooperation in emerging areas such as the digital economy. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia on April 13
The average monthly income of the poor, near-poor and middle-income groups in 2018 were VND931,000, VND1.8 million and VND2.77 million respectively. This means nearly 15 million households, or about 60 million people, have no access to a lot of basic goods and services due to the gap between income and price. It is worth noting that the sum these households spend on food, drink, and smoking makes up a sizable part of their income – 48% in the 2016 survey, the most recent figure. Their other needs such as housing, electricity, water, sanitation, household appliances, healthcare, travel, education, culture, sports, and entertainment, of course, face more limitations. … [Read more...] about Demand stimulus: where to begin?