eBay Cross Border Trades Facts & Figures

By Chris Dawson September 9, 2014 - 4:05 pm

eBay and PayPal are kicking off a series of infographics. This week’s is focused on Cross-Border Trade.

eBay are often reticent about publishing stats and numbers, but they reveal that 22% global trade on eBay is cross-border, up 26% year-on-year and now represents $13 billion of commerce across all of eBay. Founded in the US only 40% of their business is now transacted in the States, a whopping 60% is from the rest of the world.

Here’s the infographic, we’ll publish the others as as they’re released:

eBay A Global Leader in Cross-Border Trade

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