Amazon and other companies are facing a postal-service price hike after months of criticism from Trump (AMZN)
Thursday, 11 October 2018 ( 1 week ago)
· The US Postal Service has proposed hiking prices on the delivery service utilized by Amazon by up to 12%.
· President Donald Trump has openly criticized Amazon's dealings with the Postal Service for months, arguing that the e-commerce giant is taking advantage of the USPS.
· The US Postal Service says that the price ...
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The agency announced Monday it's looking to raise the price of its first-class mail Forever stamp from 50 cents to 55 cents, among other changes. ▶ USPS Proposes Stamp Price Increase From 50 Cents to 55 Cents 00:54
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