France struggles for retail fairness in new lockdown
The French government has told giant grocery retailers they must stop selling non-essential items during the country's second lockdown, out of fairness to smaller shops that have been required to close. The government is seeking to boost e-commerce for local shops, saying Amazon must not be the big winner of the current crisis.
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