As the Federal Trade Commission and its allies seek to crack down on online piracy, some are beginning to recognize that e-mail is not as easy as it may seem.
The Commerce Department’s latest report on online commerce shows that ecommerce is a lucrative industry, with e-tailers accounting for nearly 10% of the U.S. retail sector.
But the report, titled “Internet Trade: The Future of eCommerce” from December of last year, paints a mixed picture of e-business and the e-marketplace.
In particular, the report found that ebusiness accounted for about 14% of overall retail sales, but only a third of the $6.6 trillion spent on ecommerce.
But e-consumer products accounted for only about 12% of total retail sales.
This means e-retailers make up less than 10% to 15% of all online sales.
This is an even more stark difference when you consider that the ecommerce market was valued at $7.4 trillion in 2015.
It is a far cry from e-consulting, which accounted for more than $2 trillion of online retail sales in 2015, and e-shopping, which accounts for more $3.6 billion in sales.
But e-products accounted for roughly 14% to 20% of online sales in the first quarter of 2018, which is not much better than the rest of the retail sector, according to data compiled by research firm IHS Markit.
And even when you include e-product sales from other retail channels such as e-boutique and ecommerce, e-finance accounted for nearly 11% of retail sales for the first three months of 2018.
But it’s not just the e commerce market that is suffering from the lack of online presence.
The report also found that online sales from third parties were down, while online purchases from third-party sellers increased, especially from traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
But even with these troubling statistics, the Commerce Department and its coalition partners remain committed to cracking down on digital piracy.
On the one hand, the agency has been proactive in cracking down, and it recently started to allow consumers to make purchases using credit cards, debit cards, and other payment methods.
On the other hand, it has not cracked down on the illegal use of online services.
The Commerce Department also recently began to allow Internet service providers to track people’s online activity.
But the department has been slow to enforce its policy, with some providers offering less than $1 per month.
The department’s report is just one of several reports it is releasing every month that provide an overview of the eCommerce marketplace.
The latest report provides a snapshot of the state of ecommerce and how it is evolving, and its data is being shared with government and industry leaders in an effort to foster competition and improve online safety.
The Department of Commerce is also working to better understand how ecommerce can compete with traditional retail outlets in the marketplace.
The first report, issued in October of 2018 , focused on the growth of online commerce.
The report found a marked increase in ecommerce purchases in the second quarter of the year, with sales up nearly 6% to $4.2 billion.
But it also showed that eCommerce businesses account for less than 8% of sales, and the report noted that e commerce products accounted on average for less per sale than other retail businesses.
So far, the department and its partners have been able to identify some of the key drivers of this growth.
For example, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which conducts research for the Commerce department, estimates that e Commerce sales accounts for between 10% and 15% in total U.s. retail sales and that e business revenues accounted for around $1.3 trillion in total sales in 2018.
However, the data also shows that the number of online shopping transactions is growing at a rate of nearly 3% per year.
The growth in eCommerce commerce accounts for around 1.4% of U. s. retail transactions, according the Commerce report.
While the report does not show the extent of the growth in commerce in general, it is a good indicator that eMerchants eCommerce business is gaining in sophistication and sophistication in a variety of ways.