The Indian market is one that has been neglected by Indian publications. 

A lot of them have been focusing on the recent growth in online retail, the likes of Flipkart, Amazon and Paytm.

In an article by Nadeesh Bhattacharya, he mentions Amazon, Google, Flipkarte and PayTM.

However, the biggest market share in the list of online retail is Paytm. 

This market has a much higher penetration than Amazon and Flipkarted, but there are a lot of companies that are missing from the list. 

Amazon and Flipken are expected to get around 15% market share each in the year 2020-21. 

It is a much smaller number than Google and Flipked, but it is a major market share that could go up to 50% by 2021-22. 

In an article titled, “Amazon India’s biggest rival Flipkarta’s market share is shrinking: “While Amazon India is a dominant player in India, Flipken has been getting a lot more attention. 

Amazon is the largest online retailer in India with a market share of more than 40% of the total, while Flipkarts share is around 6%.””

The data is very clear.

Amazon is the largest online retailer in India with a market share of more than 40% of the total, while Flipkarts share is around 6%.”

This indicates that Flipkarten has become a very big player, and is poised to take the lead in the future.

“In fact, the fact that Amazon and Google are not mentioned in this article implies that these companies are not doing anything to make their presence known. 

I don’t know about Flipken, but I can imagine that it is the case with Amazon and Google as well. 

The biggest competitors of Flipken in India are Flipkerts, Flipks, Flipking, Flipkya and Flipkuks.”

This has caused Flipkraft to get a very high share of the pie, which is the most important thing. 

But the market share also matters because the consumer has to have a choice and it also matters in terms of growth of the ecommerce industry. 

Paytems market share has been growing at close to 6% in the last two years. 

Google has a marketshare of 5% in India. 

On the other hand, Flipkanies share is a little lower at 2.3%.” 

While Paytm has been gaining share, it is still smaller than Amazon in India (11.2% market share in 2020-22). 

Payton has been gaining a big share in China, but it is not leading the Indian ecommerce market in the long run. 

According to data from the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), in 2015-16, there were around 1,200 merchants operating in India in a total of 1,074,000 transactions. “

One thing that is causing a lot concern is that the number of merchants in India has not been growing for a long time. 

According to data from the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), in 2015-16, there were around 1,200 merchants operating in India in a total of 1,074,000 transactions. 

However, this number has grown to around 3,200 in 2020 and 3,700 in 2021. 

Even as many as 3.4 million transactions were done through these merchants in 2021.” According to data from India Merchants Association, only 20% of merchants are in the top 1% of their industry.

“In the last three years, merchants in China have been doing an extremely well in terms. 

China is a very competitive market for online retail. 

There is no doubt that Chinese merchants are also leading in India but the growth rate is very slow. 

Therefore, merchants have to rely on outside channels to make money. 

That’s why there is a lot pressure on them to get bigger, to have better margins and to be able to invest in their product and service. 

These are important things that are being neglected by the Indian online retail industry.” 

The Indian consumer is looking for a digital currency and digital payments platform, especially as the government decides to launch a digital payments regime by the end of 2019. 

Some have also called for a ban on cryptocurrencies and a prohibition on virtual currencies. 

Do you think there will be any disruption to the online retail ecosystem in India if there is an increase in the number of merchants in the country? 

 “This is one of the most difficult issues for the Indian market. 

For one thing, the consumer is very impatient, especially when it comes to the digital payment system. 

If the payment system is disrupted, people are going to have to pay more for goods and services. 

And they are also going to pay for the time it takes to process transactions.

So, I think that this is going