Latin America still occupies discrete position in global e-commerce ranking

The world ranking was led for the first time by Switzerland, followed by the Netherlands, Denmark, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Germany, Finland, Ireland, Norway and Hong Kong.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Costa Rica and Chile were the Latin American economies best positioned in the annual index on the implementation of electronic commerce published this week by the UN Conference for Trade and Development (Unctad), although the region occupied discrete positions globally.

Costa Rica rose six positions compared to the index published last year and was ranked 56th out of 152 economies, while Chile, which in 2020 was the best placed Latin American country, gained only two places, thus it ranked 59th.

In the four variables measured by the index, both countries achieved their best scores in terms . . .

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