Hanoi (VNA) – The novel coronavirus outbreak has changed the payment habit in Vietnam, with non-cash transactions particularly surging in the public service, Director of the State Bank of Vietnam’s Payment Department Pham Tien Dung said on December 4. At a workshop on promoting non-cash payment in the digital economy, Dung said digital payment ecosystem has been applied at over 30 hospitals, while 50 commercial banks completed e-tax payment with customs and taxation authorities in the 63 cities and provinces nationwide. Twenty-seven commercial banks and 10 intermediary organisations joined hands to carry out online payment of electricity bills, he said, adding nearly 90 percent of the Electricity of Vietnam’s revenue from power bills was collected through commercial banks. As of August 31, 92.9 percent of the 90,858 state-owned agencies had transferred salary payment through bank accounts, as compared with 81 percent recorded in the end of 2016. During … [Read more...] about COVID-19 sparks a boom in cashless payment: expert
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SensCup is an IoT water sensor that measures the turbidity, an indicator of water pollution, within 10 seconds, and inspects the total amount of foreign substances in the water. When you put a glass filled with water in SensCup, the laser analyzes the water quality and notifies if the turbidity exceeds the limit. This sensor, which can measure turbidity as small as 0 to 4 NTU, displays the red signal when the turbidity exceeds 0.5 NTU, the water quality standard set by law. This can be checked through the mobile app. … [Read more...] about THE.WAVE.TALK informs the standards of “healthy water”
Hanoi (VNA) - Operated by national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines, a return commercial flight from Seoul, the Republic of Korea (RoK), landed at Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport on September 25 noon, marking a milestone in the restoration of the country’s air transport after months of disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Using the long-range wide-body airliner Airbus A350, flight No VN417 took off from Incheon International Airport in the RoK, bringing back about 100 passengers, mostly returning Vietnamese and Korean investors and experts. Earlier in the morning, the outbound flight carried 164 passengers from Hanoi to Seoul. The RoK is among the six destinations in Asia with which the Vietnamese Government has decided to resume international flights since the country sealed off its borders on March 22, in addition to Japan, China, Taiwan (China), Laos and Cambodia, which have the COVID-19 situation under control. Vo Huy Cuong, Deputy Director of the … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s first commercial flight lands in Hanoi since border closure
Djtommy, a famous account rank level 80 (PTV online) is being offered in game forums for the price of VND7 million. Djtommy’s owner said over the past year he recognised that he had lost too much in return for things in a virtual world. The painful feeling of saying goodbye to his online friends was very real. They faced dangers together, fought in tireless battles, discovered new lands and overcame hardship together. But to be a famous gamer, one must exchange many things in the real world for unreal benefits in the game world. … [Read more...] about Online games: harmless fun or social problem?
According to Cong, the Vietnamese cashew industry is facing both new opportunities and challenges. Trade integration with the rest of the world offers great opportunities for the industry to expand its markets, and develop production and business.— VNS … [Read more...] about Viet Nam remains world’s top cashew exporter