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Re: Amazon Sneaks In Third-Party Seller Discounts
Posted by: David Jones 2017-11-08 05:34:56
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Amazon recently began reducing prices on merchandise sold by third-party sellers, ratcheting up its market share competition with discount stores, including Walmart and Dollar General. The company has started to display a new tag, "Discount Provided by Amazon." Price cuts so far have been a little less than 10 percent on goods sold by independent retailers. Amazon has been making the cuts unilaterally and absorbing the losses itself, in order to provide customers with lower prices on an increasingly important mix of products.

Re: Amazon Sneaks In Third-Party Seller Discounts
Posted by: Julia_Chernykh 2017-11-08 05:39:27 In reply to: David Jones
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