E-Commerce Reverses Downwards Trend
The e-commerce market is recovering after a six-month malaise and is back on the growth track, according to profitline.hu.
The success of this year success will stand or fall in the coming months. The experts forecast a slight annual increase across Central and Eastern Europe, including the Hungarian market.
After stagnation at the beginning of the year, e-commerce turnover has been increasing again since July, according to Growww Digital's e-commerce trend report.
In the third quarter, there was a 10% increase compared to the same period of the previous year. The engines of growth are the smaller and medium-sized online stores, while more of the larger ones continue to feel a slowdown.
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