Friday, January 30, 2009

US e-commerce to reach $156 bln in 2009

US online retail sales are expected to rise 11% to $156 bln in 2009, excluding revenue from travel. However, that will mark a slowdown in the overall growth rate, which was 13% in 2008, when online retail sales totaled $141 bln, Forrester Research says.

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