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  • Amazon partners with local shops in India
  • Amazon partners with local shops in India
    Mynameisharsha (2014) ©

Amazon partners with local shops in India

For the past decade, modern supermarkets have struggled to tempt Indians away from local shops. Now, Amazon is trying to change that. KiranaNow is a service that lets shoppers browse and order from their local convenience store and get items delivered  in between two and four hours.



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