Recession: influence on consumer e-commerce spending in 2012

How has online spending changed since the start of the global recession?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 25, 2012
Recession: influence on consumer e-commerce spending in 2012 This statistic provides information on the net development of consumers' e-commerce spending habits since the economic downturn. As of February 2012, online spending by consumers in Brazil since economic downturn experienced a net growth of 20 percent whereas consumers in the United States spent 10 percent less money online than before.
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How has online spending changed since the start of the global recession?

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Net growth / decline (in percent)
China58%
India30%
Japan24%
Brazil20%
Russia12%
Australia11%
Germany6%
UK1%
Finland0%
Argentina-1%
Canada-3%
Spain-10%
United States-10%
France-15%
Mexico-19%
Net growth / decline (in percent)
China58%
India30%
Japan24%
Brazil20%
Russia12%
Australia11%
Germany6%
UK1%
Finland0%
Argentina-1%
Canada-3%
Spain-10%
United States-10%
France-15%
Mexico-19%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 25, 2012
This statistic provides information on the net development of consumers' e-commerce spending habits since the economic downturn. As of February 2012, online spending by consumers in Brazil since economic downturn experienced a net growth of 20 percent whereas consumers in the United States spent 10 percent less money online than before.
Show more
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