Amazon will continue to invest in India in expanding infrastructure and bringing in solutions that enhance consumer and seller experience as the United States based e-commerce major looks to overtake local rival, Flipkart.
Amazon, which has completed four years of operations in India, has committed investments to the tune of USD 5 billion in the country.
“Last year, half the capital deployed was in infrastructure. This year too, we will continue to invest in infrastructure, innovation and technology,” Amazon Senior Vice President and Country Manager (India) Amit Agarwal told PTI. Read More…
Credit By: Money Control
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