RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay's only unicorn, the payment startup dLocal Ltd, said on Tuesday that it had struck a partnership with Amazon.com Inc that clears the way for international vendors to sell products on Amazon’s Brazil online marketplace for the first time.
The agreement, which the two companies announced in a joint statement, should broaden choices on the site, which had been restricted to local vendors.
Some international sellers have already joined the Amazon marketplace and others will join in a gradual rollout plan over the next few days, said Michel Golffed, senior vice-president of . . .