The study touched on the extent to which e-commerce contributes to achieving Qatar National Vision 2030. It also discussed current expenditure and growth of e-commerce sector in Qatar, legislation, laws and facilities provided by the State to support e-commerce, in addition to the State’s initiatives to encourage and stimulate activity, and the challenges facing e-commerce.
The study revealed the escalation and growth of e-commerce in the State of Qatar in recent years, reaching about $2.2 billion in 2020 compared to $1.5 billion in 2019, a growth of 47 percent. The study expected that the volume of e-commerce in Qatar during the current year 2021 will reach about $2.3 billion.
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