Amazon has been charged with breaking EU competition laws, using data from its third-party sellers to gain dominance in the market.
The European Commission has said that Amazon abuses its dominant position as both a marketplace and retailer on the same platform by using sellers’ data to boost its own-label products.
The Commission has also launched a probe into whether Amazon gives preferential treatment to sellers that use its logistics services.
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