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Online shopping has developed strongly in Viet Nam in recent time and is forecast to further develop in the coming years, according to the E-commerce and Information...
More businesses in Viet Nam have either suspended or shut down operations in the first three quarters of 2014, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO).
Viet Nam, with a young population and increasingly wealthy and growing middle class, was a potential market of 90-million customers, said Thomas Loidl, Austrian...
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Nearly one-third of the respondents participating in the study said they are not prepared to handle omni-channel retailing and only 2% of respondents rated themselves
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Under the wholesale and retail network development program, Hanoi would have 999...
Just like the world financial system, but for different reasons, 21st-century corporations need a new business model for their enterprise supply chains.
The book emphasises the critical need for a radically different business model post-GFC, and offers ‘dynamic alignment’ as that model.
The Small Manufacturer's Toolkit - Steve Novak
The report, which is based on in-depth analysis of the purchasing habits of 100,000 shoppers in ten of the biggest online FMCG markets, forecasts that ecommerce will account for 5.2% of global FMCG sales by 2016 – up from 3.7% at present.
In Urban, FMCG growth is stabilizing at 7% increase in value and 3% in volume. However, it is too early to expect the continuous slowdown will soon bottom out. In Rural, some early breaks are well-observed with value growth anchored at around 12% and volume growth at 9%. In terms of retail landscape, Street Shop has recorded the strongest performance at 5% while other key channels are struggling from stagnant growth in Urban. In Rural, Street Shop is holding strong its position while Modern Trade is showing some slowdown compared with the same period last year.