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世界のEコマース・オンライン決済に対する新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) の影響

COVID-19 Impact on Global E-Commerce and Online Payments, April 2020

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世界のEコマース・オンライン決済に対する新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) の影響 COVID-19 Impact on Global E-Commerce and Online Payments, April 2020
出版日: 2020年04月01日 ページ情報: 英文 68 Pages/Charts
概要

世界の多くの国民は、新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) の蔓延を阻止するために、自宅に留まるよう保健当局または政治当局から命じられています。消費者は移動が制限されているため、家庭を維持するために必要なアイテムの購入をオンラインショッピングに頼っています。

当レポートでは、世界のEコマース・オンライン決済に対する新型コロナウイルス感染症 (COVID-19) の影響について調査分析し、地域・国における市場動向、売上高の実績と予測、市場シェア、製品カテゴリー、購買客、普及率などについて、体系的な情報を提供しています。

目次

第1章 マネジメントサマリー

第2章 世界の動向

  • B2C Eコマースに対するCOVID-19の影響
  • オンライン決済に対するCOVID-19の影響
  • オンライン旅行に対するCOVID-19の影響
  • オンラインフードデリバリーに対するCOVID-19の影響
  • オンラインによる製品購入の頻度の変化の内訳
  • FMCG (日用消費財) のEコマース週間売上高の前年比、主要国別
  • コロナウイルスのアウトブレイク後に増加したショッピング活動、カナダ、英国、米国
  • コロナウイルスのアウトブレイクによるショッピング行動の変化、カナダ、英国、米国

第3章 アジア太平洋地域

  • 地域全体
    • 主要製品・サービスに対するモバイル支出の増加 (平均)
    • コロナウイルスのアウトブレイク後のフードデリバリー需要の変化
  • 中国
    • Eコマース売上高と小売総売上高の前年比
    • 食品・必需品・衣料品のEコマース売上高の前年比
    • 小売総売上高に対するEコマースのシェア
    • 主要業界のインターネットユーザーの消費の変化
    • パンデミック後に日用品・生鮮食品をオンラインで購入したい消費者のシェア
    • 主要なオンライン医療プラットフォームの利用の増加
  • 韓国
    • Eコマース総売上高と主要カテゴリーのEコマース売上高
  • インド
    • コロナウイルスのアウトブレイク後の3大デジタル決済チャネル、前年比成長
  • タイ
    • オンラインフードデリバリー売上高予測
    • COVID-19の恐怖から、サービスを利用するフードデリバリーアプリユーザーのシェア

第4章 欧州

  • 地域全体
    • Eコマース事業に対するコロナウイルスパンデミックの現在の影響
    • ロックダウン中の教育情報と家族・青少年教育のWebサイトとアプリへのトラフィックの増加、ドイツ、フランス、イタリア、スペイン、英国
  • 英国
    • COVID-19による主要なカテゴリーのオンラインショッピングの変化の内訳
    • COVID-19の終了後のショッピング行動に関する消費者の期待
    • COVID-19のパンデミックピーク時の小売売上高の予測い対するB2C Eコマースシェア
  • ドイツ
    • COVID-19の影響を感じたEコマース業者のシェア
    • Eコマース業者に対するCOVID-19の現在の影響
    • Eコマース業者に対するCOVID-19の予想される影響
  • フランス
    • コロナウイルスのアウトブレイク中にオープンしているEコマースWebサイトのシェア
    • COVID-19による売上高の増加または減少を伴うEコマースWebサイトのシェア
    • COVID-19による配送の遅れを報告するEコマースWebサイトのシェア
    • FMCGの週間売上高の前年比
  • イタリア
    • FMCGの売上高の前年比
    • コロナウイルスのロックダウンから1か月後に、特定のカテゴリーへの支出を検討する消費者の期待
  • ロシア
    • FMCGの週間売上高の前年比

第5章 北米

  • 米国
    • コロナウイルスによるショッピング行動の変化
    • Eコマース事業い対するコロナウイルスの予想される影響の内訳
    • コロナウイルスに起因するEコマース小売業者の最大の期待と行動
    • COVID-19のアウトブレイクによるフードサービスの選好の予想される変化
    • コロナウイルスのパンデミックによるオンラインフードショッピング行動の変化の内訳
    • 主要な食料雑貨デリバリーアプリのダウンロード数の変化
    • 食料雑貨デリバリー・フードデリバリーWebサイトへの平均週間Webトラフィックの前年比
    • 旅行Webサイトへの平均週間Webトラフィックの前年比
    • クレジットカードにおける非接触機能の重要性の認識

第6章 ラテンアメリカ

  • ブラジル
    • Eコマース購入の数と金額の前年比
    • 主要な健康・衛生製品カテゴリーのEコマース売上高の前年比

第7章 中東・アフリカ

  • 地域全体
    • COVID-19のアウトブレイクに起因する、食品・食料雑貨を頻繁に自宅に配達させたインターネットユーザーのシェア
目次
Product Code: 1476

"Coronavirus pandemic drives increase in online shopping."

As consumers are told to stay at home due to the coronavirus, they turn to online shopping

Citizens in many areas of the world are being told by health or political authorities to remain in their homes to help halt the spread of COVID-19. As consumers are restricted in movement, they turn to online shopping for essential items to sustain their families. With schools closed and workers encouraged to work from home wherever possible, online sales of health products, food, and some educational and home office items have surged. The yStats.com report cites the increase in such product categories in various countries around the world in the first quarter of 2020

Increase in online sales of essential items amidst the pandemic offset by drop in travel, big ticket items

Even though the number of online orders in some nations has increased greatly, the decrease in purchase of travel arrangement and higher priced items could contribute to lower total online revenues, as projected in the yStats.com report. Brick and mortar sales are projected to undergo an even greater decrease because of the economic uncertainty triggered by the coronavirus outbreak, which is expected to contribute to E-Commerce garnering an even greater share of total retail sales globally.

Online payments increase in the COVID-19 crisis

The worldwide spread of the coronavirus has led to a movement to digital alternatives to cash in stores as well as for payment of orders initiated online. Some consumers avoid cash as a COVID-19 vector, others simply move to plastic or digital payments as a consequence of ordering online. However, the yStats.com report suggests that even though the number of online payment transactions has spiked, the total value of online payments will likely be lower for the current fiscal year as fewer big ticket items and less travel arrangements are purchased by consumers.

Covered Regions:

Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America, Latin America, Middle East and Africa.

Companies Mentioned:

Alibaba Group Holding Inc, Amazon.com inc., Booking Holdings, Expedia Group, Flipkart Online Services Pvt Ltd., Instacart Inc., Mastercard Inc, Meituan Dianping, Next Plc, PayPal Holdings Inc, Qunar.com Inc, Skrill Ltd., Square Inc., Trip.com Inc, Trivago NV, Uber Technologies Inc., Visa Inc, Walmart inc.

Table of Contents

1. Management Summary

2. Global Developments

  • COVID-19 Impact on B2C E-Commerce, March 2020
  • COVID-19 Impact on Online Payment, March 2020
  • COVID-19 Impact on Online Travel, March 2020
  • COVID-19 Impact on Online Food Delivery, March 2020
  • Breakdown of Perceived Changes in Frequency of Buying Products Online That Were Normally Bought In-Store, in % of Internet Users, March 2020 vs. February 2020
  • Year-on-Year Change in Weekly E-Commerce Sales of FMCG, By Selected Countries, in %, End of February/ Early March 2020
  • Shopping Activities Done More Often Than Usual Since the Coronavirus Outbreak, in % of Consumers in Canada, the UK, and the USA, March 2020
  • Expected Change in Shopping Behavior Due to Coronavirus Outbreak According to Consumers in Canada, the UK, and the USA , in % of Consumers, March 2020

3. Asia-Pacific

  • 3.1. Regional
    • Average Increase in Mobile Spending on Selected Products and Services, by 1st Week of Containment and 1st Week of a Lockdown Following the Outbreak of COVID-19, 2020
    • Expected Changes in Demand for Food Delivery After the Coronavirus Outbreak, in % of Consumers, By Selected Countries and Territories, March 2020
  • 3.2. China
    • Year-on-Year Change in E-Commerce Sales and Total Retail Sales, January/February 2019 - January/February 2020
    • Year-on-Year Change in E-Commerce Sales of Food, Necessities and Clothing, January/ February 2019 - January/February 2020
    • E-Commerce Share of Total Retail Sales of Goods, in %, Jan/Feb 2019 - Jan/Feb 2020
    • Change in Consumption of Internet Users in Selected Industries, by Perceived Change During Coronavirus Outbreak and Expected Change 1 and 3 Months After, in % Compared to 2019, February 2020
    • Share of Consumers Who Said They Would Be More Willing to Buy Daily Necessities and Fresh Products Online After The Pandemic, in %, February 2020
    • Growth in Usage of Selected Online Medical Platforms, in %, December 2019 - January 2020
  • 3.3. South Korea
    • Total E-Commerce Sales and E-Commerce Sales of Selected Categories, in KRW billion, and Year-on-Year and Month-on-Month Change, in %, January 2020
  • 3.4. India
    • Top Three Digital Payment Channels by Year-on-Year Growth During Coronavirus Outbreak, in %, February/March 2020
  • 3.5. Thailand
    • Online Food Delivery Sales Projection, by Pre-Pandemic (2019 Forecast) and Post-Pandemic (2020 Forecast), March 2020
    • Share of Food Delivery App Users Who Use These Services Due To Fear of COVID-19, in %, by Generation, March 2020

4. Europe

  • 4.1. Regional
    • Current Effects of Coronavirus Pandemic on E-Commerce Businesses According to E-Commerce Associations and Industry Participants, March 2020
    • Growth in Traffic to Education Information and Family & Youth Education Websites and Apps During the Lockdown, by Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the UK, in %, March 16-22 Compared to December 30, 2019 - January 5, 2020
  • 4.2. UK
    • Breakdown of Perceived Change in Online Shopping for Selected Categories Due to COVID-19, in % of Adults, March 11 and March 25, 2020
    • Consumer Expectations Regarding Their Shopping Behavior After COVID-19 Is Over, in %, March 2020
    • Expected B2C E-Commerce Share of Retail Sales During Peak COVID-19 Pandemic Period, in %, Compared to Normal, March 2020
  • 4.3. Germany
    • Share of E-Commerce Merchants Who Have Felt the Impact of COVID-19, in %, March 2020
    • Current Effects of COVID-19 on E-Commerce Merchants, in % of E-Commerce Merchants Who Felt The Impact of COVID-19, March 2020
    • Expected Effects of COVID-19 on E-Commerce Merchants, in % of E-Commerce Merchants, March 2020
  • 4.4. France
    • Share of E-Commerce Websites in France Remaining Open Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak, in %, March 2020
    • Share of E-Commerce Websites With Increased or Decreased Sales Due to COVID-19, in %, March 2020
    • Share of E-Commerce Websites Reporting Delivery Delays Due to COVID-19, in %, March 2020
    • Year-on-Year Change in Weekly Sales of FMCG, by Selected Channels, in %, February 24 - March 1, March 2 - 8, March 9 - 15 (Before Confinement Due To COVID-19), 2020
  • 4.5. Italy
    • Year-on-Year Change in FMCG Sales, by E-Commerce & Offline, Week 1 - Week 12 of 2020
    • Consumer Expectations Concerning Spending on Selected Categories One Month Following the Coronavirus Lockdown, in % of Consumers, March 2020
  • 4.6. Russia
    • Year-on-Year Change in Weekly E-Commerce Volume Sales of FMCG, by Categories of FMCG, in %, Calendar Weeks 6-11 in 2020

5.North America

  • 5.1. USA
    • Changes in Shopping Behavior Due to Coronavirus, By Shopping Actions, in % of Consumers, March 2020
    • Breakdown of Expected Effect of The Coronavirus on E-Commerce Businesses, in % of E-Commerce Retailers, March 2020
    • Top Expectations and Actions Taken by E-Commerce Retailers Due to Coronavirus, in % of E-Commerce Retailers, March 2020
    • Expected Change in Preference for Food Services Due to COVID-19 Outbreak, in % of Consumers, Week Ending March 6 & Week Ending March 13, 2020
    • Breakdown of Changes in Online Food Shopping Behaviors Due to Coronavirus Pandemic, in % of Grocery Shoppers, March 2020
    • Change in Number of Downloads of Selected Grocery Delivery Apps, in %, Mid-March 2020 Compared to February 2020
    • Year-on-Year Change in Average Weekly Web Traffic to Grocery Delivery & Food Delivery Websites, in %, Q1 2020
    • Year-on-Year Change in Average Weekly Web Traffic to Travel Websites, by Online Travel, Hotels & Accommodation Services, and Airlines, in %, Q1 2020
    • Perceived Importance of the Contactless Feature in Credit Cards, in % of Consumers, by Pre COVID-19 and on March 3, 2020

6. Latin America

  • 6.1. Brazil
    • Year-on-Year Change in Number and Value of E-Commerce Purchases, by Selected Categories, in %, February/March 2020
    • Year-on-Year Change in E-Commerce Sales of Selected Health & Hygiene Product Categories, in %, February & March 2020

7. Middle East and Africa

  • 7.1. Regional
    • Share of Internet Users Who Have Food or Groceries Delivered to Their Homes More Frequently Due to COVID-19 Outbreak, by Selected Countries in MENA, March 2020"