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Online shoppers in India to grow up to 450 million by 2027

Currently, there are 200 million to 230 million. 

Online shoppers in India to grow up to 450 million by 2027

Currently, there are 200 million to 230 million. 

Luxury market’s last quarter growth hinges on China’s reopening

It will also be boosted by consumer confidence in Europe and America.

China's retailers must shift to sustainable operations: report

Improving shopper loyalty is expected to be critical as consumers spend less.

India’s online marketplaces to reach $350b in GMV by 2027

The country’s online marketplaces have contributed over $100b in GMV so far.

What retailers in China could gain on Singles Day

Increased competition is, however, expected with several other retail festivals and shopping events.

Digital economy in Southeast Asia to grow 20% in 2022

The region’s GMV is expected to be at $200b. 

What’s the ‘hottest’ investment country in Southeast Asia? 

Its digital economy is expected to grow by 22% to $18b in 2022. 

Alternative e-commerce gains traction led by business messaging

They accounted for around 25% of online spending in Thailand and the Philippines.

E-Commerce GMV growth in Southeast Asia slows but remains ‘healthy’

Online purchase frequency dipped due to the relaxation of COVID restrictions.

Tech adoption in luxury goods industry accelerates: report

This enhances customer engagement and operational performance amongst others.

Shenzhen’s retail market face concerns despite expansion

Retail sales of consumer goods fell in the first quarter.

China’s FMCG retailers must compete amidst growing digitization: Bain

Retailers must focus on categories that continue to have low online penetration.

Chinese consumers will be top luxury clients in 2025: report

They would account for 40% to 45% of the global purchases.