: Amazon to hit U.S. third-party sellers with 5% inflation and fuel surcharge

0 Inc. is planning to hit U.S. sellers with an inflation and fuel surcharge of about 5%, CNBC reported Wednesday, citing a company memo it had viewed.

The fee would go into effect in about two weeks and would be on top of existing fees it collects from U.S. third-party sellers that use Amazon’s

fulfillment services, CNBC said. It would apply to all merchandise.

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