The e-commerce revenue in Cambodia is estimated to hit $1.78 billion by 2025, according to the commerce ministry’s iTrade Bulletin released recently. The e-commerce market value in Cambodia rose to $970 million last year, up by 19 per cent from $813 million in 2020. The fashion sector accounted for the maximum e-commerce revenue of $263.3 million, it said.
That was followed by electronics ($254.4 million); beauty, health, personal and household care ($230.5 million); toys, hobby and do-it-yourself ($63 million); food and beverages ($101.5 million); furniture ($46.3 million) and media ($11 million).
The bulletin said around 55 per cent of e-commerce purchase orders were placed via the Internet on a desktop PC and the rest on tablets or smartphones.