This is e-commerce data for Mexico. You can find the poulation, internet users, internet penetration here as well as the localised domain extension, official language and other statistics to help build an overall picture of the general online economics of Mexico.
Mexico had $4.4 billion worth of online sales in 2014. These are predicted to reach almost $15 billion in 2020. Retail e-commerce had growth of 32% from 2013 to 2014.
Almost 40% of the population own a mobile phone. Industry analysts predict that by 2 this will be over 50%.
A lot of Mexican people still don’t have faith in the postal system. A recent article in Forbes magazine stated that nearly 60% of Mexican citizens do not have bank accounts. This will surely hinder the growth of the e-commerce market. There are however services in place to get over this. Oxxo is a commonly used payment method in Mexico. It enables customers to pay cash on delivery, opposed to paying for goods upfront.
Regardless of any potential setbacks, industry analysts have predicted that e-commerce sales, will have tripled by 2019.
For a list of references of all the data on Mexico please visit the Global Statisitics page.