The turnover of sales via electronic commerce in Argentina rose 84% in April alone, compared to the monthly average of the first quarter of this year, which as a whole showed an increase of 75% over the period January-March 2019, according to data from the Argentine Chamber of Electronic Commerce (Cace).
According to the information released today, in the first full month that was carried out under the restrictive measures imposed by the social isolation, preventive and compulsory due to the coronavirus, the turnover of this type of sales, online, climbed 84% compared to the monthly average of the first quarter of this year.
Meanwhile, the rise in the number of units was 71%, and 38% in purchase orders issued, according to the figures released by Cace.
According to data from the chamber of the sector, the year 2019 closed with an annual increase of 76% in the turnover of this type of trade, and the first quarter of 2020 maintained the trend, with a rise of 75%.
The social, preventive and compulsory isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic began to take effect on March 20.
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