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Cross-Border Services Will Help Cross-Border eCommerce Reach $627 Billion By 2022

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June 23, 2017

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Cross-border shopping will make up 20% of eCommerce in 2022, with sales of $627 billion. Asia Pacific, driven by China, will become the largest eCommerce cross-border region for both imports and exports. Cross-border shoppers are becoming more sophisticated, and new markets like the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America are also adopting cross-border eCommerce. Cross-border sales are driving the development of cross-border services as marketplaces and logistics companies compete for online orders. This report accompanies the global cross-border eCommerce forecast for 2017 to 2022, providing context to the trends in global B2C cross-border eCommerce.

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Table of Contents

  • Cross-Border Buyers Are Becoming More Sophisticated
  • Cross-Border Trade Is Changing Significantly
  • Cross-Border Selling Will Drive Cross-Border Services
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