The UK Competition Authority investigates a Big Tech company’s online marketplace over suspected anti-competitive practices (Amazon)

CMA investigates Amazon over suspected anti-competitive practices* The CMA is investigating Amazon over concerns that practices affecting sellers on its UK Marketplace may be anti-competitive and could result in a worse deal for customers. This new investigation follows a current European Commission probe looking into similar concerns, which does not cover ongoing issues affecting the UK now that it has left the European Union. Some of the products on Amazon’s Marketplace are supplied through its own retail business. However, a large proportion are supplied by third-party sellers. Amazon provides services to these sellers, including those that are essential to make sales, such as matching sellers

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UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority investigates a Big Tech company’s online marketplace over suspected anti-competitive practices (Amazon), 6 July 2022, e-Competitions August 2022, Art. N° 107460

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