According to the plan, Ha Noi will strive to fulfill a number of following targets: the revenue of online retail sale of goods and services will account for 8% of the city’s total retail turnover; ranking the second in E-business Index (EBI) throughout the country; 66% of population will purchase goods online; 85% of distribution facilities, petrol stations and companies supplying power, water and telecommunication services will accept non-cash payment; 62% of enterprises have their own websites and applications giving business and production information.
To complete the above targets, the capital city will deploy 14 major missions. Especially, Ha Noi will pilot automatic store chains and operate automatic vending machines in public areas in the capital city.
In addition, the city will strengthen the application of e-commerce, social network to expand the market for domestic goods and export; encourage the establishment of websites, e-commerce applications trading safe products in the network environment; apply the QR code in online traceability, payment, promotion, tax declaration, etc.
Besides, Ha Noi will also focus on developing logistics to serve e-commerce activities; building and improving the capacity of transportation services, logistics infrastructure and goods delivery in the capital city and other localities across the country; enhancing the use of non-cash machines, methods and technologies in purchasing goods and using services in distribution facilities, petrol stations and companies supplying power, water and telecommunication services in the area.