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Mobile shoppers are likely to splurge more, according to a survey conducted by Facebook Philippines.
It seems Filipinos are checking their Facebook accounts to shop, more than to reach out to loved ones during the holiday season.A study commissioned by the social media giant showed that Filipinos’ online activity in the platform from October to December 2017 ...
 
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iPrice released its latest ranking of 50 e-commerce platforms in the Philippines.
According to “Digital in 2018,” an internet industry report published by social media agency We Are Social, consumer goods in the Philippines sold via e-commerce totaled $1.2 billion (P62.3 billion) in value in 2017, a 23-percent increase from the year prior. The ...
 
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Half of Filipinos’ online shopping are done in e-commerce sites in the U.S. and other countries.
The Philippine peso hit a fresh low on Wednesday, September 12, closing at P54.13 against the US dollar, the weakest it has been in almost 13 years. The last time the Philippine peso was at this level was in December 2005, according ...
 
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We bought from Lazada, Zalora, Shopee, BeautyMNL, and Takatack, and timed how long it took the items to arrive.
Once Filipinos embraced the convenience of online shopping, the next question was not what to buy online but from whom.There are least 38 e-commerce sites in the Philippines that get a minimum of 10,000 page views a month, according to a report ...
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