Germany E-Commerce

By | July 31, 2014

B2C E-commerce sales in Canada rise also, although the proportion of this country on the global sales decreases at the same time. B2C E-Commerce is growing worldwide in Latin America the percentage of B2C E-commerce is the total retail turnover in the low single-digit percentage range. Online sales are highest in Brazil, Chile and Mexico. The region of Latin America in the global E-Commerce share to grow further according to the forecasts, particularly in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. B2C E-Commerce remains on course for growth in Western Europe. In Germany several ten billion euros were generated 2012 in online trading, which further increased the share of the total retail sales between 2011 and 2012, remained there but less than 10%.

In the UK, the growing B2C E-Commerce reached segment, including the travel industry, a two-digit percentage of total retail sales. This share will continue to grow in the future. In France, the B2C E-commerce grew 2012 sales strong. Although the proportion of the total retail turnover has grown, he has still not reached the level of GB, which is currently the highest in Europe. In the Netherlands is the B2C E-Commerce share in total retail sales almost as large as in GB. In Eastern Europe, the percentage B2C E-commerce in total retail sales in the low-single-digit range, where the exact numbers vary from country to country. The B2C E-commerce revenue is the highest in Russia throughout the region and continues to grow each year.

Although the overall percentage of retail sales 2012 was low, he continued to grow. In Poland, the share of the total trade turnover is slightly higher, while online sales are low there and in the single-digit billion-euro area. In Asia, South Korea is the country with the biggest B2C E-Commerce share in the total trade turnover. In Japan, where B2C E-Commerce revenues are much higher and achieve one of the highest rates worldwide, the proportion of the total retail turnover is low. In contrast to the gradual slowdown of growth in these two countries Chinese B2C E-Commerce and there earned revenues grow very quickly, where the proportion of the total retail sales to rise by several percentage points by 2015 to over 5%. In the Middle East could countries such as Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates achieve significant growth in the double-digit percentage range, with the proportion of the total retail turnover varies widely and it extends to a high single-digit percentage rate in the UAE by little more than one percent in Saudi Arabia. In South Africa the B2C E-Commerce has grown sales annually in recent years to about one-third, while the proportion of retail sales remains low and amounts to less than one percent. ystats LinkedIn: company/ystats Facebook: ystats about yStats.com since 2005 researched yStats.com current, objective and requirement-oriented market and competitive intelligence for executives from different industries. Is the focus of the Hamburg-based company with an international orientation secondary market research, so the gain of knowledge from data already collected. yStats.com offers both market – and competition reports as well as customized research services. Customers include leading companies in the areas of B2C E-Commerce, electronic payment systems, mail order and direct marketing, logistics, as well as banks and management consultancies.


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