Danish e-commerce crosses 100 billion kroner milestone

Based on figures from Nets, the Nordic online payments service provider, the Danes have traded online for 103 billion kroner over the past year, which means that, on average, every Dane has spent about 18,000 kroner on the web. According to Dansk Erhverv’s analysis, online shopping surged by 16.5% in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year, which corresponds to an increase of 2 billion kroner. E-commerce now accounts for 10% of the total retail trade turnover in Denmark. However, the Danes are buying more and more of their products in foreign online shops, particularly when it comes to electronics, clothing and cosmetics. (Copenhagen Post)



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