E-commerce in Scandinavia is blossoming, reaching a total value of €17.1 billion in 2015, an increase from €15.4 billion in 2014. Scandinavians
Germany is Europe’s largest economy and the most populous and largest country in the EU. It is also the third most active e-commerce
After an extended period of instability, Egypt’s economy is beginning to strengthen once again. This is due in part to a series
All eyes are on Asia Pacific as the world’s fastest-growing e-commerce sector. In Q1 2017, 40% of the global e-commerce turnover took place
Compared to other Western European countries, e-commerce in Spain has developed slowly. Held back by the challenges of recovering from the recession,
In 2015, e-commerce in Ukraine began to transform. The summer that year, the Ukrainian government worked with the Central Bank to implement a series of measures designed to liberalize and regulate e-commerce, both within the country and across borders.
France is now the 5th largest e-commerce market worldwide. According to 2016 figures, France soared past Germany, knocking that country out of the top 5 in online sales volumes and becoming the 2nd biggest market in Europe (behind only the UK).
Europe's largest e-commerce market, the UK is a major power in the global digital economy. 82% of Britain's internet users regularly make e-commerce purchases, a larger proportion than any other country in the European Union.
E-commerce is alive and well in Latin America. It is the region with the second fastest growing e-commerce sector globally, behind only Asia-Pacific, with a developed digital economy despite relatively low internet and credit card penetration, and a large unbanked population.
Today, the largest e-commerce market in Latin America is Brazil, but when it comes to long-term investment for cross-border merchants, Mexico is the market to beat. Though cross-border commerce is low compared to Brazil, Mexico's e-commerce market is growing at a rate of over 21%, nearly double the global average.