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Amazon to start selling electronics in Brazil

Monday 16 October 2017 | 08:26 CET | News
Amazon will start selling electronics on its website in Brazil from this week, report local newspapers Valor Economico and Folha de Sao Paulo. Previously restricted to marketing books in Brazil, Amazon has prepared an aggressive plan of expansion of sales and it should extend the list of categories offered until Christmas. The e-commerce company operates in twelve countries, but Brazil is the only one where only books are sold and where a wider retail operation is not yet available.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon
Countries: Brazil
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