Brussels, 09 Sep 2002
Internet penetration is now greater in Europe than in the USA, according to a new survey.
While the USA has 183 million users, Europe has 186 million, according to the nua.com survey. Asia-Pacific has 168 million. Levels have been rising in Europe, while they are largely static in the rest of the world.
The President of the Internet advertisers bureau, Danny Meadows-Klue, was reported as saying that the news represented a 'turning point' and that 'the world's focus is shifting to Europe'.
There are now 581 million Internet users worldwide, with 174 million having joined over the past 21 months.
For further information, please consult the following web address: http://www.nua.com