The Indian retail industry has witnessed a sharp rise in its share of the global retail market over the past year.
In a survey conducted by Euromonitor International (EMI), which has been publishing a series of research reports on the Indian economy for the past few years, the Indian retail sector is now the third largest in terms of retail revenues.
This is despite the fact that it accounts for only 13% of the retail market globally.
The rise in the share of Indian retail in the global market has been attributed to the emergence of ecommerce as an integral part of the Indian market.
The success of e-commerce companies such as Snapdeal, Flipkart and Amazon India have been credited with contributing to the Indian e-tailers gaining a foothold in the world’s biggest retail market.
However, this success has also led to a shift in the retail industry towards a more traditional retail model.
For one, the focus has shifted from brick and mortar to online retailers, where the focus is on online ordering, logistics and distribution.
This has led to significant changes in the way in which e-tailing has been handled by e-retailers, who have started to rely more on e-stores, which have been less likely to have physical stores and are more likely to be online.
The e-shopping sector has also seen a drastic increase in the number of online stores in the country.
According to the e-finance portal Mint, e-wallets in India have grown by 1,000% in the past five years, while the number in the UK has grown by about 40% in that period.
In contrast, the number online in the US has shrunk by 70%.
E-commerce has also resulted in a shift towards the Indian online market.
A survey by ecommerce consultancy ecommerce consulting firm e-Tinder found that in 2016, the top e-shop in India was Snapdeal (up to 35 million active users), followed by Amazon (up about 10 million users).
The next top e tomes are Flipkarts (up around 10 million), Ola (up between 7 million and 10 million) and Amazon (between 4 million and 5 million).
The shift towards online shopping in India has also been reflected in the ecommerce industry in terms a technology shift.
The e-banking sector in India is seen as being much more focused on technology, as e-payment has become the main mode of payment in the industry.
However, the industry is not just focusing on ecommerce and payment services, it is also focusing on digital marketing.
In the past two years, ecommerce giants such as Flipkarte and Snapdeal have gone into digital marketing mode to increase the reach of their e-payments.
This has also helped e-tech companies such the eGuru and eGizmo to reach out to consumers through e-coupons.
This strategy has also contributed to the rapid growth of eGizo.
According to an e-business analysis by Mint, the eCommerce segment in India in 2016 accounted for 8.2% of India’s total e-marketplace business.
In comparison, the market for digital marketing is estimated at 6.5% of all e- commerce businesses.
The focus on eCommerce has also driven e-services firms such as eKart and e-health to become more digitally savvy.
In India, the demand for e-accessories has been on the rise.
According in a report by the global digital rights group Access Now, in 2016 alone, India’s e-content industry grew by about 6,000%.
The growth of digital content has been seen in many different ways, such as increased availability of online content via social media, the increase in e-books, the creation of mobile apps for ecommerce, and more.
This growth has been driven by the increased accessibility of eBooks and other digital content across platforms, as well as the availability of ebooks through the eKastle platform.
This trend has also created a new category of eCommerce platforms in India, which include e-bookstores, eGaza and eBiz.
These platforms have become the fastest growing e-e-commerce platforms in the Indian marketplace.
In 2016, eBiza earned $1.4 billion in revenue, while eGiza made $1 billion.
According in a Mint report, eCommerce is a huge opportunity for India.
India’s growth will be fuelled by the expansion of the eBaza ecosystem, which will help in accelerating the growth of the overall eCommerce market in India.