Tiger countries B2C E-Commerce report 2013 the “Tiger countries B2C E-Commerce report 2013 ‘ yStats.com demonstrates both the similarities and the differences of the Internet and E-commerce markets of the four Asian Tigers. So especially mobile online trading achieved high growth rates in South Korea and Hong Kong, while the General online trading in Singapore continue to medium to high double-digit percentage increases. Only Taiwan is less strongly developed in B2C E-Commerce, and also here an online trade growth in the low double-digit percentage range is predicted. Smartphones for the first time more frequently than notebooks for online purchases in South Korea used after double-digit growth within the last years, the B2C E-commerce sales reach a value of more than EUR 10 billion.In addition, for the first time more purchases online via smartphones as notebooks made are in South Korea. In addition to mobile commerce, also social commerce represented a growing trend in the South Korean online trading. In the second quarter was generally 2012 much money on travel arrangements and reservations as well as clothing and fashion products on the Internet. Leading companies and websites in South Korean B2C E-commerce in relation to the number of unique visitors in 2012 were generalists 11st, Shopping.Naver, Interpark, Gmarket and Cjmall in all. M-Commerce and group shopping accounted more than half of all Internet users in Hong Kong online purchases, for important trends in Hong Kong’s B2C E-commerce in 2012 where women often shopped on the Internet than men.
Between 2011 and 2015 a significantly higher increase in the M-Commerce is compared in Hong Kong sales, sales with General B2C E-Commerce expected. The average mobile spending per online buyers in Hong Kong reached nearly EUR 600, an increase of more than 40 percent compared with the previous year mid-2012. In addition to M-Commerce Group shopping represents a major trend in the online trade in Hong Kong.