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In a move to counter Etsy, Amazon has added its Handmade at Amazon platform, which sells hand-made items, to its websites in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.

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German consumer organization Verbraucherzentrale has announced to sue Amazon because of its Amazon Dash launch, as it feels the order button violates several laws.

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Amazon has plans to considerably increase its presence in physical retail, with dozens more pop-up stores in shopping centres all across the United States over the next 12 months alone.

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Amazon will launch a meal delivery service in London, catered to bring restaurant meals to its Amazon Prime Now subscribers. The move pits it against competitors like Deliveroo and Just Eat, in a highly competitive market.

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Dutch Amazon.de customers will now be able to browse the site in their own native language. Customer service is now also made available in Dutch.

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Amazon is set to launch its own cooking show in Japan, with a chef who prepares several local specialties. Viewers can order several dishes from the show directly on Amazon.

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American online retailer Amazon presented its first cargo plane, the first of what should become a entire fleet. The Boeing 767-300, transformed into a transportation plane, prominently features "Prime Air" on its side, alongside the Amazon logo.

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American Amazon launched a Chinese version of its Japanese web shop, hoping to capture part of the Chinese market currently dominated by the Chinese Alibaba Group.

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Amazon launched its Amazon Dash device in the United Kingdom. Customers can use it to scan bar codes and those items will automatically be ordered at Amazon.

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Online retailer Amazon is doing very well lately: in its past quarter, it achieved another record profit, for the third time in a row. It is also its fifth straight profitable quarter.

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Online giant Amazon plans to invest 500 million euro in Italy, where it wants to build a major logistics center near Rome, which should open its doors next year.

Shoe brand Birkenstock decided to no longer sell its products on Amazon, because it feels there are too many counterfeit items on the American platform.

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The second annual Amazon Prime Day has become the online retailer's best day ever. Compared to last year, its worldwide number of orders increased 60 %.

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American online retailer Amazon has started selling its own private label food, like Happy Belly coffee and Mama Bear baby food.

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Amazon is adding dozens of new brands to its Amazon Dash service, a device that allows customers to order on Amazon at the click of a button. Despite its efforts, very few consumers actually use Amazon Dash.

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French supermarket chain Carrefour is set to launch its own 1-hour delivery service in several Parisian supermarkets, a counter for Amazon Prime Now's launch in the French capital.

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Amazon announced it will open a third book store in the United States this fall. Location: the Washington Square shopping mall in Tigard, near Portland (Oregon).

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Amazon has launched Amazon Prime Now, which delivers orders within the hour, in Paris this morning. Amazon customers can use the service in the Parisian city centre and 21 suburbs.

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American Amazon plans to compete with Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play Music soon, as the online retailer is currently preparing its own music streaming service.

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