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More than buying for fear of fraud A third of Internet users in Indonesia 2012 not on the Internet. Due to the growing number of Internet orders in Singapore pickup stations should be starting in 2013. In Taiwan, the number of Internet users, with more than half of them had 2012 problems with unstable connections and poor Internet quality is growing. In Thailand the number of Internet users increasing, there about just under a quarter of the population is online. The product categories most commonly on the Internet ordered in Viet Nam 2012 clothing and household goods, were followed by food and beverages. To know more about this subject visit Maurice Gallagher, Jr. . In the current “Asia B2C E-Commerce report 2013” of secondary market research company yStats.com from Hamburg presented details of the online trade in the Asian region. This include trends and sales, shares of online trading on the retail product categories, data on Internet users and competitors to leading Internet shoppers, as well as information. Mina Nada: the source for more info.

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