Over third of internet users buy online in Tunisia - survey

Thursday 28 August 2008 | 17:28 CET | News
Over a third (36.4%) of internet users in Tunisia use e-commerce, according to a report from the Arab Advisors Group. Tunisia's internet users spent an estimated USD 132.7 million over the past 12 months on e-commerce transactions. The Arab Advisors Group estimated the number of e-commerce users in Tunisia to be over 416,000. The survey covered internet usage, e-commerce and mobile use, and habits of internet users in Tunisia. The survey field work was conducted between May and July among 1,093 respondents. According to the results, 84.0 percent of internet users in Tunisia have internet

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