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Ecommerce in Latin America
As it continues to develop ecommerce is encompassing an ever-wider variety of transactions, but on a basic level the term refers to the buying or selling of goods and services via digital platforms. ..
Latin America as a whole has seen increasing internet connectivity, more availability of smartphones, and widespread investment in infrastructure, but there remains a long way to go...
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The Andean region consists of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Venezuela...
The Southern Cone is home to two of the most developed ecommerce markets in the whole of Latin America: Argentina and Chile. ..
Ecommerce app Cornershop was founded in Chile in 2015, growing rapidly and expanding its operations before takeover bids from industry giants Walmart and Uber...
The patchwork of small nations that makes up Central America has not attracted the same interest from digital commerce entrepreneurs as the larger markets in Latin America...
Mercado Libre, or Mercado Livre in Brazil, has come to be known as the ‘Latin American eBay’ thanks to its importance in the region’s ecommerce ecosystem...
LatinNews spoke to Marcos Pueyrredon [MP], president of the Latin American Institute of Electronic Commerce; María Lorena Flórez Rojas [MLFR], director of the Grupo de Estudios en Comercio Electrónico, Telecomunicaciones e Informática (Gecti) at Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia; and Eric Pérez-Grovas [EPG], president of the Mexican Association of Online Sales (Asociación Mexicana de Ventas Online [AMVO])...
As with all things digital, ecommerce in Latin America is in a state of flux...

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