Amazon reportedly nixes its price parity requirement for third-party sellers in the U.S.

Amazon reportedly nixes its price parity requirement for third-party sellers in the U.S.
Amazon will stop forbidding third-party merchants who list on its e-commerce platform in the United States from selling the same products on other sites for lower prices, reports Axios. The company’s decision to end its price parity provision comes three months after Sen. Richard Blumenthal urged the Department of ... read more
Source- Techcrunch.comPublished on 2019-03-12By Catherine Shu
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