The three-month quarantine and restrictions on non-essential retail have changed Lithuanian shoppers' habits, a survey by Enterprise Lithuania suggests.
Every fifth Lithuanian bought more than usual online during the quarantine, and nearly a fifth of the respondents in the poll said they intended to continue shopping more online, the government export and business promotion agency said in a press release.
During this period, the scale of e-commerce in the Baltic states overall increased by 80 percent, while parcel deliveries in Lithuania grew by 54 ...
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