Online sales reached a trilion US dollars

According to an article published at the Sydney herald Newspaper, the business-to-consumer e-commerce has passed a trillion US dollars in a single year  for the first time. In 2012, more than 10 million people, or almost 50% of the population, had bought something online, spending an average of $3,547 per person.

What is more interesting about this news is that the average expenditure per online buyer in Australia is higher than in the US and the UK by 54 per cent. It is also expected that the average expenditure per online buyer for Australia will grow by 7.2 per cent this year.

This means that the physical stores are definitely going to be affected by this change, it is the time for online stores to dominate the market.

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