More and more people are earning huge incomes from YouTube and Google. Some of them earn hundreds of billions of dong a year from online business. A 28-year old woman and a 30-year old man in Cau Giay district in Hanoi have reported revenue of VND330 billion and VND269 billion from software they developed and posted on Google Play, App Store and other apps. The Hanoi Taxation Agency said they were the biggest taxpayers in 2020 in the city, paying VND23.4 billion and VND18.1 billion, respectively. In 2020, Hanoi collected VND123 billion from e-commerce, up by five times compared with 2019. In Da Nang City, the Hai Chau district taxation agency confirmed it has collected tax arrears of VND25.3 billion from a man, who had revenue of VND281 billion from advert services paid by Google in 2015-June 2018. Online game writer earns VND41 billion from Google In October 2020, the HCM City Taxation Agency reported that Tran Duc P had income of VND41 billion and had to pay tax … [Read more...] about Who are the richest YouTubers in Vietnam?
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The huge number of views shows the massive level of interest from the domestic and international community for content relating to Vietnamese tourism. The one-minute clip was released as part of a tourism promotion campaign entitled “Vietnam: Di de yeu!”, “Discover Vietnam” in English”, with the purpose of making the country more popular among travelers via the digital-media platform. Created by the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) after receiving support from both Google and VinPearl, the campaign is part of a wider programme launched by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to promote the country as a safe and attractive destination. The campaign features various clips from famous YouTube creators such as Khoai Lang Thang, Chan La Ca, Fly Around Vietnam, and H’Hen Nie, Miss Universe Vietnam 2017, all of whom enjoy a great influence among young demographics and also boast a large number of subscribers. The scheme is expected to help stimulate domestic … [Read more...] about Vietnamese tourism clip passes one million views on YouTube
A clip titled “Viet Nam – Dat nuoc, con nguoi”, known as “Vietnam – The Country and People” in English, features the unique terraced fields found in the northwestern region, the spectacular scenery of Son Doong cave, along with peaceful moments in the Mekong Delta region, and the hospitality of local people nationwide. After being uploaded just a month ago, the clip has since gone on to reach over one million views on YouTube. Another clip with the theme of “Viet Nam – Diem den Van hoa va Am thuc”, also known as “Vietnam – Destination of Culture and Cuisine Destination”, debuted to mark the Lunar New Year, known locally as Tet. Images showcasing calligraphers, apricot trees, peach flowers, and Banh Chung, square glutinous rice cake, shows a message of the need to preserve Vietnamese traditional culture among different generations. The clip has also received over one million views on YouTube. The two video clips have been launched by the Vietnam National Administration of … [Read more...] about Two Vietnamese tourism clips reach one million views on YouTube
The Hanoitimes - Vietnam should follow the EU’s steps in applying law to better revenue sharing between social media platforms and all content creators including newspapers and magazines. Total digital advertising turnover in Vietnam would rise to US$630 million by the end of this year, and that of Facebook and Google would go up parallel, reaching a combined US$450 million, according to estimates by ANTS, an integrated programmatic advertising platform, and other sources. llustrative photo The two tech giants have increasingly gained revenue in Vietnam, sending the local press industry struggling. To make the picture clearer, the online advertising revenue in 2010 in Vietnam was only around US$10 million, of which Google’s and Facebook’s just made up a small amount. Now the combined revenue of those two largest cross-border platforms in 2018 astonishingly surged to US$387 million, swallowing the biggest portion of online advertising of US$550 million. In … [Read more...] about Facebook, Youtube eat up ads revenues in Vietnam, leaving local digital press in trouble
Foreign service providers including Google, Facebook, YouTube and Netflix will have to pay taxes in Việt Nam. — Photo doanhnhan.vn HÀ NỘI — Tech giants like Google, Facebook, YouTube and Netflix will have to pay taxes in Việt Nam and they can do it online. The Ministry of Finance (MoF) has proposed to allow foreign service providers such as Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Netflix to pay taxes online through the web portal of the General Department of Taxation. The collection of tax from those companies was one of the important parts in the draft circular guiding the implementation of a number of articles of the Law on Tax Administration and the Government's Decree No. 126/2020/ND-CP of October 19, 2020, which were approved by the MoF recently. Overseas suppliers who have no permanent establishment but conduct e-commerce or digital-based business activities and derive income from individuals and organisations in Việt Nam shall still be treated as permanent entities in the … [Read more...] about Google, Facebook, YouTube, Netflix can pay tax online