“Mobile already accounts for 11 per cent of ecommerce sales, and its share will jump to 25 per cent by 2017,” he added.
The paper said, with nearly one-third of internet users already making purchases online, ecommerce growth will rely more on increased spending from existing buyers than first-time online buyers.
The steady growth in the number of web shoppers also is helping to boost e-commerce sales. Many consumers will prefer the web to bricks-and-mortar retailers in large part because of online deals.
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