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Amazon, Flipkart fight artificial price surge amid Coronavirus outbreak

Flipkart said while it does not control prices of products on its marketplace platform, it is working closely with sellers to urge responsible pricing and behaviour

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Coronavirus | Amazon | Flipkart

Samreen Ahmad  |  Bengaluru 



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Amid the outbreak, e-commerce giants are fighting a challenge of another kind -- artificial price rise. As the demand for kitchen staples and consumer sanitary products rise, both the online platforms are witnessing surge prices.

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First Published: Tue, March 17 2020. 19:34 IST

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