As e-commerce markets in economically more advanced European countries are showing signs of slowing down, in less developed markets — mainly in the Central and Southeast Europe (CSE) — e-commerce is on the rise.
The Ukrainian e-commerce sector swiftly recovered from the 2014-2015 financial and economic crises, and has reported up to 30 per cent of annual growth over the past three years. This is one of the highest levels in Eastern Europe.
44 per cent of Latvians shop online
Bulgarian companies in search of employees
Poland’s trade surplus with Canada places the country in Europe’s top 4
Moldova: 8.6 per cent salary growth in the private sector
Lithuania will spend more than EUR170m on ICT development
Bulgaria: Business property deals reached EUR225m