Trade Risks scare away online consumers By Van Oanh Sunday, Jul 12, 2020,13:35 (GMT+7) Risks scare away online consumersBy Van Oanh Recently, firms providing payment services via cards and e-wallets have launched a slew of promotion programs to attract users, which renders the use of such services more popular, especially in big cities – PHOTO: THANH HOA Only 38% of the population do shopping online, of whom only 10% make payment electronically. The dual goal of boosting e-commerce and cashless payments remains a tough job to be fulfilled. Hinging on more positive signs of a change in consumers’ shopping habits after the social distancing period, the Government in mid-May announced Decision 645/QD-TTg approving the general plan for national e-commerce development in the 2021-2025 period. One of the goals of this plan is to obtain about 55% of the population shopping online with an average purchase value of US$600 per person a year. However, the above goal will require tremendous efforts to achieve. By the end of 2019, only 38% of the Vietnamese population had done online shopping at least once a year, and slightly more than one third of them had bought goods/services worth over VND5 million, according to the Vietnam E-Commerce White Paper… Read full this story
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