Only 23.0% of enterprises within the wholesale and retail sector in Malta reported eCommerce sales in 2018, compared to 30.0% in the EU-27 and 31% in the EA-19 (Eurostat, 2020). This shows that Maltese enterprises must do more in terms of investing in a wide suite of digital technologies, including marketing and logistics, in order to widen their customer base and improve their competitiveness – Malta Competitiveness Report 2020.
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This article is part of the Malta Competiteveness Report 2020 Series by Tech.mt.
Posts in Series:
- Tech.mt played an important role in the attainment of the positive developments within this (Digital) Sphere
- Malta ranks 32nd from 173 countries in terms of ICT Infrastructure
- Malta’s eCommerce Sales
- Malta is investing in new digital skills
- Productivity growth fastest in tech-driven businesses
- ICT skills should be taught as from early stages in education