Yen Bai strives for 35 percent of the population shopping online by 2025

  •  Monday, September 20, 2021

YBO - The People's Committee of Yen Bai province has issued Plan No. 216/KH-UBND on developing the province's e-commerce in the 2021 – 2025 period.

Yen Bai set a target of having 40 – 50 percent of e-commerce websites integrated with online ordering.
Yen Bai set a target of having 40 – 50 percent of e-commerce websites integrated with online ordering.

Under the plan, Yen Bai aims to have 35 percent of the population shopping online by 2025 with the value of goods and services reaching an average of 300 USD per person per year.

The province also sets a target of having 30 percent of e-commerce transaction value in districts, towns and cities in the province where traders sell online or provide online services; and 40 – 50 percent of e-commerce websites integrated with online ordering.

B2C e-commerce sales (business-to-consumer transactions and online consumer goods and services) increased by 10 percent per year, accounting for 10 percent of the total retail sales of goods and services as well as turnover from consumer services.

Hong Duyen

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