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Allegro, one of the biggest players on the Polish e-commerce market, is experiencing a slowdown in its business operations in November.
Poland has the largest digital economy in Central and Eastern Europe, worth an estimated EUR 44 billion in 2021, according to a new report published on Wednesday.
E-commerce giant Amazon is considering siting new distribution centres in Poland, the company's press officer has told PAP.
The Polish e-commerce market is expected to expand to twice its current size by 2027 and its share in total retail sales is likely to reach 17 percent in five years' time, a new report has found.
The value of the Polish e-commerce market reached PLN 111 billion (EUR 23.9 billion) in 2021, of which 56 percent were goods and 44 percent services, the PMR researcher has found.
Global giant eBay will return to Poland and plans to become one of the top three e-commerce platforms in the country, the company has reported in a press release.
AliExpress, an online retail service based in China, is opening its first independent logistics centre in Poland, the company has said.
Poland's listed e-commerce group Allegro launched the pilot stage of a new fulfillment service on Monday through which selected merchants will be able to store, sell and replenish their merchandise directly from an Allegro warehouse.
Online sales channels are predicted to grow on average by 12 percent over the next few years after seeing their share of retail sales jump by 14 percent in 2020, according to a report by the consultancy firm PwC and Digital Experts Club.
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