DALLAS | Asia Pacific’s domination of the world wide digital retailing market is set to continue to 2017, predicting a 25% growth between 2012 and 2017, by which time it will be worth US$ 378 billion, says the Report Global Online Retailing Market Size and Forecast to 2017.
Meanwhile, the Middle East and Africa’s Online Retail healthy market’s growth will slow, whilst Latin America’s will increase marginally. Concurrently, Europe’s recovery from the economic crisis will continue, reversing the trend of recent years and overtaking the North American market in terms of growth.
This research on Global Online Retail Market Size and Forecast to 2017 says the UK, France, Germany, Russia and Italy accounted for more than half of European retail sales through the channel in 2012; however, their combined share is expected to decline by 2017. Japan and China together accounted for over 75% of total Asia-Pacific retail sales through the channel in 2012.
The report provides category coverage that includes 25 products across eight product groups: Apparel, Accessories and Luxury Goods, Books, News and Stationary, Electricals and Electronics, Food and Grocery, Furniture and Floor Coverings, Home and Garden Products, Music, Video and Entertainment Software, and Sports and Leisure Equipment. Detailed quantitative analysis of past and future retail trends segmented down to category and channel level, with both top-level overview and detailed category specific insights into the global retail industry environment are provided along with retail sales data of products though online retailing.
For more information: Report Global Online Retailing Market Size and Forecast to 2017