Consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers has just released a survey of the online shopping habits of more than 11,000 online shoppers in 11 countries. And according to PwC, the No. 1 country for e-commerce today is... China!
Take a look at some of these numbers:
- $211 billion in annual online sales.
- 58% of shoppers, shopping online in the past week.
- 64% growth in e-commerce revenues over just the past year.
Clearly, China is turning into a big market for online marketing -- but who's best positioned to profit from it? In the video below, Fool contributor Rich Smith lays out the field of possibilities for you.
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