B2C E-Commerce Sales

The current ‘ global B2C E-commerce sales and shares report 2013 by yStats.com provides detailed information about the continuous development of e-commerce around the world. The current global B2C E-commerce sales and shares report 2013 of Hamburg secondary market research firm yStats.com provides detailed information about the continuous development of e-commerce around the world. In addition to trends sales and the share of online trading on the entire retail sector are represented by region and country. An interesting result of the analysis is that the global total sales in online trading 2013 already approaching the trillion euro, after 2012, one achieves 20% increase over the previous year could be. According to the report, the E-commerce is share of the overall retail sales around the world more than 5%. The Asia Pacific region will surpass North America in B2C E-commerce sector North America was worldwide since the beginning of the online trade in the E-commerce area leader, should however be surpassed by the Asia Pacific region this year. Western Europe remains worldwide on the third place.

Eastern Europe share in global online trade increased steadily until 2012, will decline but expected by 2016 slightly, while other emerging areas will increase their share. On the three biggest B2C E-Commerce worldwide online trading markets – Japan, United States and GB – should decline also steadily from this year, as in other countries, the online shopping finds more and more followers. United States remains the country with the highest rates of B2C E-commerce sales while decreasing the proportion of the global total continues, increasing sales in the United States on B2C E-Commerce, with each quarter 2012 compared to the previous year strong growth rates were recorded. About a dollar per twenty dollar trading volume is issued in the United States by online shoppers. All B2C E-commerce sales worldwide accounted 2012 a third, however, this proportion should take off in the next few years by several percentage points.

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