- Internet shopping has increased by 38% compared with the same period in 2007, equal to 17p of every retail pound spent.
- Some retailers are seeing a surge in their online sales combined with a drop in their out of town stores. Could this be due to less willingness to drive to several shops, thanks to soaring petrol prices?
- The greatest increase in sales is in areas where traditional stores, allowing physical contact with the products, would seem best suited; clothing, lingerie and shoes.
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