Digital Economy and Society in Lithuania
(edition 2021)

E-commerce in enterprises

 

 

In 2019, 29.2 per cent (in 2018, 25.7 per cent) of enterprises carried out e‑commerce, i.e. sold goods or services via the Internet or other computer networks. In 2019, 15.7 per cent (in 2018, 19.2 per cent) of enterprises sold goods or services on the website or via mobile applications, 14.8 per cent (in 2018, 10.1 per cent) – via e‑commerce websites. 16.4 per cent (in 2018, 19.8 per cent) of enterprises sold goods or services via the Internet or mobile applications to private customers, 20.8 per cent (in 2018, 16.5 per cent) – to other enterprises and public authorities.


Proportion of enterprises which sold (received orders for) goods or services via electronic networks

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Proportion of enterprises which sold (received orders for) goods or services via electronic networks by economic activity, 2019

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Per cent39.939.936.836.8363634.434.429.229.227.427.423.723.720.320.315.715.712.712.78.88.8JIGH TotalFCNMLD–E01020304050

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In 2019, electronic networks were used for trade (to sell goods or services) by 29.2 per cent of enterprises (in 2018, 25.7 per cent). In 2019, 36.5 per cent of large, 29.3 per cent of medium-sized and 28.9 per cent of small‑sized enterprises sold goods via the Internet or by using the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) technologies (in 2018, 38.6, 31.4 and 24 per cent respectively).


Proportion of enterprises which sold (received orders for) goods or services via electronic networks by enterprise size group

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Per cent24.724.717.217.222.222.219.319.319.019.019.619.622.822.822.422.425.725.729.229.2 All enterprises10–49 employees50–249 employees250 employees and over2010201120122013201420152016201720182019010203040

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In 2019, the volume of sales via electronic networks of enterprises which carried out e‑commerce, compared to total turnover, made up 13.9 per cent and, against 2018, grew by 1.3 percentage points. The largest increase in volume of sales was recorded for information and communication (by 8.5 percentage points) and accommodation and food service (by 4.3 percentage points) activities.


Proportion of sales via electronic networks, compared to the total turnover

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Per cent11.911.912.112.17.47.47.57.59.99.910.910.912.612.613.013.012.612.613.913.920102011201220132014201520162017201820190358101315

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Proportion of sales via electronic networks, compared to the total turnover, by economic activity

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Per cent23.823.819.719.719.419.415.515.515.215.213.913.912.512.510.710.78.38.34.94.93.33.3NIJGH TotalCD–EMFL0510152025

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Kind of economic activity

Total  
C Manufacturing
D–E Electricity, gas, steam; water supply, sewerage and waste management
F Construction
G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycle
H Transportation and storage
I Accommodation and food service activities
J Information and communication
K Financial and insurance activities
L Real estate activities
M Professional, scientific and technical activities
N Administrative and support service activities

 


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