Recession: influence on consumer e-commerce spending in 2012

This statistic provides information on the net development of consumers' e-commerce spending habits since the economic downturn. As of February 2012, online spending by consumers in Brazil since economic downturn experienced a net growth of 20 percent whereas consumers in the United States spent 10 percent less money online than before.

How has online spending changed since the start of the global recession?

Net growth / decline (in percent)
China58%
India30%
Japan24%
Brazil20%
Russia12%
Australia11%
Germany6%
UK1%
Finland0%
Argentina-1%
Canada-3%
Spain-10%
United States-10%
France-15%
Mexico-19%
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Source

Release date

April 2012

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

January and February 2012

Number of respondents

19,000 consumers and 153 senior retail decision makers

Supplementary notes

The survey does not provide information regarding the age of the respondents.

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