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Amazon Japan to no longer force vendors to offer lowest price

Antitrust probe drives e-commerce giant to action

Amazon Japan has used its market dominance to extract favorable contract terms from vendors.

TOKYO -- Amazon Japan will do away with a contract clause that has required e-book and other suppliers to guarantee prices lower than those offered on rival e-commerce sites, in response to an antitrust probe that began last year.

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