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Amazon cuts back on private label offerings due to pressure from competition regulators

Faced with competition infringements, Amazon makes commitments to Brussels and reduces private label offers in the U.S.A.

Through Sophie Baqué. Published on 01 August 2022 à 10h55 - Update on 21 October 2022 à 21h42

In the U.S.A., Amazon (retail sales: US$374 billion in 2021, up 17%, out of a total of US$470 billion) represents 8% to 10% of the retail market, equivalent to Walmart. According to the WSJ, since January 2022, Amazon reduced private label items (the item shows more than 50% off) and reduced orders for large quantities.…

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