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By Mary Carroll, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Internet giant Amazon.com is planning to open an operation in Brazil by October of this year, as reported by Reuters. For the world’s largest online retailer, heavy taxation and infrastructural complications have been a major deterrent from launching a division in the country to date.

However, Amazon has decided to enter the market with only digitally-based products, thus, helping to avoid some of the complications. The company plans . . .

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