Ecommerce in Eastern Europe

Ecommerce in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe is, just like the name suggests, the eastern part of Europe. But which countries do belong to this part? It differs. But here’s what you need to know about ecommerce in Eastern Europe.

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Here at Ecommerce News, we prefer to use the definition established by the United Nations Statistics Division, which has a list of geographic regions it uses in its publications and databases. According to this organization, Eastern Europe consists of Belarus, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine.

Ecommerce in Bulgaria

Ecommerce in Bulgaria was worth 690 million euros in 2018. To read more about the Bulgarian online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Bulgaria.

Ecommerce in Hungary

The online retail industry in Hungary had a total value of 1.65 billion euros in 2017. To read more about the Hungarian ecommerce industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Hungary.

Ecommerce in Poland

In 2018, Polish ecommerce was worth about 9.3 billion euros. If you want to read more about the Polish online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Poland.

Ecommerce in Romania

Romania has one of the biggest ecommerce markets in Eastern Europe, as it was worth 3.6 billion euros in 2018. To read more about the Romanian online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Romania.

Ecommerce in Russia

Russia is, by far, the biggest ecommerce market of Eastern Europe. This is shown by the fact that ecommerce in Russia was worth 16.3 billion euros in 2018. To read more about the Russian online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Russia.

Ecommerce in Serbia

Serbia is an ecommerce market that keeps on growing fast. In 2020, online sales were generated with a total value of 412 million euros. To read more about the Serbian online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Serbia.

Ecommerce in Ukraine

Ecommerce in Ukraine was worth 1.86 billion euros in 2018. To read more about the Ukrainian online retail industry, please check out our information page about ecommerce in Ukraine.