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Sales Figures2012 web sales of the 400 largest e-retailers
Detailed Map11 of the largest countries broken down by e-commerce metrics
Thorough AnalysisKey financial, operations, payments & performance metrics
Industry ContactsNames of more than 700 e-commerce executives