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UK Retailers Poised To Benefit From Growth Of World's Largest Online Markets, Research Finds

UK retailers are poised to benefit from growth of the world's largest online markets, according to new research published today. The world’s largest e-commerce markets – the UK, US, China and Germany – are expected to double in size by 2018 to £645bn, adding £320bn to the e-commerce economy, a study by OC&C Strategy Consultants, PayPal and Google has found. The Cracking the World’s Largest ecommerce Markets report analyses search and transaction data from Google and PayPal and the online shopping habits of consumers in what will be the four largest online retail markets by 2018.
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