On the side-lines of the ongoing two-day “Amazon Smbhav” event in New Delhi, Amazon India Vice President Gopal Pillai revealed that the company was open to discussions with domestic Indian traders protesting against the “predatory pricing” and “deep discounting” tactics being practiced by e-commerce players in India. “We do not take any of these things lightly. We are compliant and we will always be compliant even if it impacts the business”, said Pillai. “And we are always open for discussions. I check my emails and I respond to every one of them. I am willing to talk to anyone to hear that point of view”. Pillai also highlighted how Amazon, with its multiple programmes and initiatives, is penetrating deeper into India’s geography to help local manufacturers sell their products at their own prices. “We help you get your local products, get more visibility, and you can even do the delivery. You don’t have to pay us for the delivery. We won’t charge you anything, we provide the customer experience, and the adoption is fantastic. If we did not have a thriving marketplace, we wouldn’t have seen 3,500 properties and 18 millionaires in the year 2019 alone”, Pillai added. © Sputnik… Read full this story
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