Mexico’s eCommerce grows 81%, and could eventually surpass Brazil

During 2020, e-commerce in Mexico generated more than US$15 million, which represented growth of 81% compared to 2019.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico could become the most prominent country in Latin America, outperforming Brazil, due to the fact that e-commerce reached 316 billion pesos (US$15.5 billion), over 2020, which represented growth of 81% compared to 2019, announced by the Mexican Association of Online Sales (AMVO).

In this context, AMVO's general director Pierre Claude Blaise pointed out that Mexico has been the country posting the highest growth in Latin America since 2017 and worldwide in 2019.

"In value, the largest for eCommerce in the region is Brazil, but if we sustain the pace we had . . .

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