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Amazon to pay C$1.1 million to settle Canada pricing case

Reuters Wednesday, 11 January 2017
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian unit of Amazon.com will pay a C$1 million ($756,658.60) fine to settle an investigation into pricing activities on its website that gave an inaccurate view of how much consumers could save, Canada's competition watchdog said on Wednesday.
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