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Malta’s eCommerce Sales - September 30, 2021 - 0 comments

This is by how much your sales can grow! (showing graph with difference between international and local businesses)

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

Posts in Series:

  1. played an important role in the attainment of the positive developments within this (Digital) Sphere
  2. Malta ranks 32nd from 173 countries in terms of ICT Infrastructure
  3. Malta’s eCommerce Sales
  4. Malta is investing in new digital skills
  5. Productivity growth fastest in tech-driven businesses
  6. ICT skills should be taught as from early stages in education

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