He e-commerce generated a gross added value (GVA) of 1.7 billion pesos in Mexico during 2022, which is equivalent to 5.9 percent of national GDPInegi reported this Monday.
Its about highest contribution to the Mexican economy made by electronic commerce since it was recorded and the first time it exceeded five percent, according to the organization.
The contribution of electronic commerce to national GDP It grew one percentage point compared to the previous year, its most notable result since 2013.
According to Inegi, the largest share of spending on e-commerce During 2022 it occurred in the category of other services, with 57.3 percent of the total, followed by retail and wholesale trade.
Among these services, the report highlights those of accommodation, recreation and transportamong others.
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Meanwhile, the online commerce Retail had a decrease in participation as a result of people returning to purchase their goods directly at the establishment.
“These results reflect the gradual recovery that the economy has had after the social isolation derived from the pandemic,” the organization highlighted.