Note: includes products or services ordered using the internet, regardless of the method of payment or fulfillment; excludes travel and event tickets, payments such as bill pay, taxes, or money transfers, food services and drinking place sales, gambling, and other vice goods sales
Additional Note: Apparel and accessories includes clothing, footwear, and accessories. Auto and parts includes vehicles and aftermarket products such as auto accessories, replacement parts, auto equipment, and tools. Computer and consumer electronics includes large appliances. Food and beverage includes packaged foods, fresh foods, and beverages. Furniture and home furnishings includes furniture, housewares, and small appliances; it excludes home improvement and tools. Health, personal care, and beauty includes over-the-counter products such as medicines, vitamins, and supplements, personal care or hygiene products, beauty products, and other household products like toiletries, baby products, and pet products. Toys and hobby includes sporting goods. The "other" product category includes home improvement and tools, garden equipment, building materials, auto fuel, and other items such as flowers, cards, photos, luggage, and cigarettes. Retail ecommerce sales in Argentina are converted using the average annual exchange rate of each year due to the devaluation of the Argentine peso against the US dollar: 2016, US$1=ARS 14.759587; 2017, US$1=ARS 16.548802; 2018, US$1=ARS 34.504754; 2019, US$1=ARS 54.801574; 2020, US$1=ARS 76.599377; 2021, US$1=ARS 98.810661; 2022-2026, US$1=ARS 148.801624.
Methodology: Estimates are based on the analysis of survey and traffic data from research firms and regulatory agencies, sales projections, historical trends, company-specific data, and demographic and socioeconomic factors.