The accelerating inflation and rising interest rates caused turnover drops in many e-shops; buyers lost, among others, their creditworthiness – assessed Grzegorz Rudno-Rudziński from Unity Group commenting on the CSO data. Some sectors, e.g. construction, however, recorded increased turnovers, he added.
Accelerating inflation has led to declines in turnover for many e-shops
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