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Amazon Q2 Online Sales Rise 16% to $53.1 Billion

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Amazon Q2 Online Sales Rise 16% to $53.1 Billion

Amazon Q2 Online Sales Rise 16% to $53.1 Billion

On July 29, Amazon said it saw a 16% increase in online sales to $53.1 billion in 2021.


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