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Poll finds Slovaks spent average of €447 in e-shops in 2011

Slovaks last year spent an average of €447 in e-shops, €34 more than in 2010, the heureka.sk and heureka.cz websites determined via a poll. These two portals compare thousands of internet shops and their goods and prices. The poll was conducted at the beginning of this year with 2,000 respondents.

Slovaks last year spent an average of €447 in e-shops, €34 more than in 2010, the heureka.sk and heureka.cz websites determined via a poll. These two portals compare thousands of internet shops and their goods and prices. The poll was conducted at the beginning of this year with 2,000 respondents.

“Higher spending in e-shops are proof of the growing interest of Slovaks in online shopping, which might offer the comfort of one’s home and low prices, as well as a wide offer,” said Kamil Demuth, manager of the heureka.sk site to the SITA newswire.

The most popular goods sold via e-commerce in 2011 were clothing, accessories and shoes, books, household appliances, PCs, TVs, and videos, followed by cosmetics, perfumes, mobile phones and PDA appliances.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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