Share of Hungarians who regularly shop online doubles
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The share of Hungarians who make purchases online at least once a week has risen from 6% to 12% in the past two years, Hungarian news agency MTI reports, citing a representative survey by Reacty Digital.
Clothing, household appliances, and mobile telephones and accessories were the most popular online purchases in the past year, according to the survey.
About 43% of Hungarians who made purchases online placed orders with foreign webshops.
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