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Amazon is quietly allowing more third-party sellers to restock their wares even though it hasn't formally announced the end of its non-essentials ban (AMZN)

Business Insider Monday, 6 April 2020
Amazon is quietly allowing more third-party sellers to restock their wares even though it hasn't formally announced the end of its non-essentials ban (AMZN)· Amazon's policy of banning non-essential items from its warehouses was supposed to be lifted last Sunday, but instead of an outright end date, the company has been slowly allowing more items in.
· Amazon told sellers 10 days ago that it would start allowing some of them to send non-essential items to its warehouses and has...
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