RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian e-commerce sales grew by 87% in October compared to last year, according to SpendingPulse macroeconomic indicator, from the North American giant Mastercard. The survey considers general purchases, conducted using various types of payment, including cash and checks.
The average growth of e-commerce in the country, which was boosted by the pandemic, reached 84.5% in the past three months (August-October), compared to the same period last year. The pace exceeds that recorded in the third quarter, which stood at 81.5%.
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