In 2012, worldwide E-commerce revenues — for business-to-consumer spending — reached $1 trillion for the first time. The number is expected to hit $1.3 trillion during 2013 — with the United States still the global leader for sales (by a large amount) and fast-growth China second.

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3 Replies to “Worldwide B-to-C E-Commerce Reaches $1 Trillion Annually”

  1. Hello good post and give us good knowledge global market about global ecommerce and international ecommerce. I read your post completely like sales increase in which China and USA play a important role of it. Japan is also part of global market and can say father of mobile technology now in the world.

  2. great post, very interesting to see how the United States stacks up against competing countries in B2C sales . Although China is steadily catching up, The USA seems to be ahead by a landslide. Interested to see this information updated in 10 years or so.

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