‘Amazon stores are an ally, not an enemy, of town centres’ retail revival’

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As once-powerful names such as Debenhams and Topshop exit town centres, there has been an unlikely newcomer to UK bricks-and-mortar retail – Amazon.

The online giant, which already owned the Whole Foods Market chain, is now trading under its own name after opening the doors to the first Amazon Fresh store outside the US, in west London.

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