Developing Logistics in Vietnam After Covid-19 Pandemic

Nguyen Tuan Anh, Nguyen Thi Thu Hương, Vo Thi Van Khanh, Pham Thi Van Anh, Dao Ngoc Ha


The world context still has potential risks due to trade tensions and political conflicts that negatively impact trade, production and investment. The Covid-19 epidemic with an unprecedented speed of infection and scale has affected every aspect of the world economy. In particular, the regulations on social distancing, travel restrictions and transportation in effect in many countries and territories have disrupted supply chains, increased shipping costs, and directly affected the supply chain. Global logistics is seriously affected. Besides the negative impact, the Covid-19 epidemic also contributes to accelerating the industrial revolution and the digital transformation of businesses faster than ever, especially with technological breakthroughs such as artificial intelligence, robots and the internet of things. The explosion of e-commerce and the trend of online payment on a global scale with a number of leading enterprises such as Alibaba, Amazon and eBay, has allowed small businesses in markets to emerge and reach consumers worldwide. This article focuses on analyzing the current situation of logistics development in Vietnam during and after Covid-19, pointing out the achieved results, limitations, causes and some recommendations to promote logistics development in Vietnam in the context of the pandemic post-Covid-19 pandemic.

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