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Only 11.5 pct of Greek businesses made web sales in 2016
While almost 90 percent of Greek businesses have access to the internet, only 11.5 percent reported making any web sales online in 2016, be it through a web shop or app, web data from the Hellenic Statistics Authority (ELSTAT) has shown.
Of the 21,600 enterprises included in the 2016 survey, which have a total turnover of 199.9 billion euros, only 2,488 enterprises reported having received online orders, with the turnover for these sales amounting to 10.2 billion euros, or 5.1 percent o...
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