Nearly 5 mln Portuguese visited e-commerce sites in H1

Wednesday 17 August 2016 | 16:02 CET | News
Over 4.9 million internet users in Portugal accessed e-commerce sites during the first half of the year, according to Marktest's Netpanel meter. The figure corresponds to 83.1 percent of national internet users.

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