Bought a five Dutch in 2014 through foreign shop




Dutch consumers have in the past year to around 390 million purchases made by non-Dutch websites, so does market researcher GfK quantified. About one in five Dutch fifteen years or older shopping on foreign websites.

The so-called cross-border spending according to GfK done by 2.8 million Dutch. Especially Chinese merchants are doing well; 23 percent of expenditures went towards. In second place is Germany with 18 percent, followed by merchants from the UK and the US Approximately 20 percent of the Dutch have ordered a product or service in a foreign language ‘website, says the market researcher.

Among the foreign online spending mainly purchases of airline tickets and accommodations popular; more than 132 million was spent last year on these products. Also it services was issued with an annual turnover of 42 million euros relatively expensive, followed by the segments clothing and ‘media & entertainment “which accounted for respectively 31 and 29 million.

Dutch gave in the past year nearly 14 billion on online purchases. Spending is neatly divided between services and products; the latter was issued euro 6.94 billion, while services accounted for 7.02 billion euros. A total of 127.36 million made purchases online in 2014, representing 5 percent of all purchases made on the overall market.


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