Following the trend of Latin America, Uruguayan consumers prefer paying all sort of bills with cash. Offering different tools to enable this kind of payment method will boost e-commerce sales vertiginously.
According to the Peruvian Chamber of Electronic Commerce (Cámara Peruana de Comercio Electrónico – Capece), the exponential increase represented sales of US$ 2,800 billion in 2016.
With 2.6 million people with internet access, e-commerce is still at an early age in a country with a steady growth in the last years. Some online stores showed an annual growth rate of 30% to 50%.
The second largest market for e-commerce in Latam, right after Brazil, can reach $11 billion in e-commerce sales in 2018 alone. According to the Business Insider, it is also expected to register a growth of 15.6% by 2019.
According to the report by Ecommerce Europe, digital shops increased 13.3% in 2014 (representing 2.9 billion euros) and this number doubled in 2016 as Portuguese ecommerce reached a value of 4.2 billion euros made by 3.4 million online users.
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Chilean online consumers are quite open to international e-commerce solutions and show a high demand for digital services.
Learning about local preferences and payment methods is the key to boost cross-border sales and reach 60.5 million internet shoppers in the Brazilian territory.