RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil has opened more than one virtual store per minute since social isolation began in March. In a little more than two months, 107,000 new establishments were created on the Internet to sell the most different products, such as food, beverages, clothing, shoes and cleaning products.

This was the path found by many companies to mitigate the sudden drop in revenues due to the pandemic, according to a survey conducted by the Brazilian Electronic Commerce Association (ABCOMM) between March 23rd and May 31st.

Before quarantine, the average number of stores opened on the Internet was . . .

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