Moscow e-commerce sales jump 40% during coronavirus lockdown [Video]

Cheap and easy Video Content Marketing

The volume of online sales in the Russian capital grew rapidly in March, reaching 16 billion rubles (almost $218 million), according to the official Moscow mayor’s office website.

The figure represents a 38.2 percent increase from February and almost half of the total turnover for the first quarter of 2020.

“Moscow’s e-commerce market is actively developing. Since March 2019, its volume has grown by 6.8 percent to make up almost a quarter of the entire Russian internet trading market, or 24 percent,” said Moscow Deputy Mayor Vladimir Efimov.

Also on Moscow has THREE TIMES more Coronavirus cases than officially accounted-for – Mayor

Traditional network retailers of grocery and non-grocery goods have launched large-scale online sales and delivery programs in the city since the beginning of April. Statistics show their average daily turnover for the week from April 20 to 26 reached 5.4 billion rubles ($74 million), up 5.6 percent from a week earlier. 

Small- and medium-sized enterprises can …

Watch/Read More


Amazon has declined to stream Hoover Institution senior fellow Shelby Steeles timely documentary, What Killed Michael Brown?,which Steele claimed onThe Story with Martha MacCallum" is due to his rejection of a Black victim mentality.