Accueil » Data » Ranking. Online retailers gain ground within the “Retail Top 50” Ranking. Online retailers gain ground within the “Retail Top 50” According to the NRF, 8 online retailers are now part of the “Top 50” global retailers in 2019. Online retailers are now the most represented category, on a par with hypermarkets. Through Sophie Baqué. Published on 02 July 2021 à 17h46 - Update on 23 October 2022 à 12h09 Resources The Top 50 global retailers in 2019 include 8 e-commerce players. There are two American companies (Amazon and eBay), as well as two from China (JD.com and Alibaba), two from Japan (Rakuten and Z-Holdings, formerly Yahoo Japan), one from South Africa (called Naspers) and one from South Korea (Lotte Shopping), which is based in the world’s most advanced e-commerce market. In terms of number of entries, online retailers are now on a par with hypermarkets like Walmart,… This article is for subscribers only Already have an account? Log in You are not registered yet ? Sign up for a free trialfree for 1 month Online services : studies, analyses, databases and much more Daily Briefing : latest news digest Weekly letters Last name First name Email address Sophie Baqué Essentials Synthèse et historique de tous les contenus sur une thématique suivie en détails par la rédaction Les dernières publications A year of crisis: Retailers' initiatives to cope with the purchasing power drop Guarantees and insurance: new drivers of conversion and customer satisfaction Analyzes Synthèse et historique de tous les contenus sur une thématique suivie en détails par la rédaction Les dernières publications Charging for returns: pure players follow the lead of omnichannel retailers Ads.txt: which advertising providers do retailers work with?