By Aditya Kalra
NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A group of more than 2,000 online sellers has filed an antitrust case against Amazon
The case presents a new regulatory challenge for Amazon in India, where it has committed $6.5 billion in investment but is battling a complex regulatory environment.
In January, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) had ordered an investigation of Amazon and rival Flipkart, owned by Walmart
In the latest case, the All India Online Vendors Association, members of which sell goods on Amazon and Flipkart, allege Amazon engages in unfair business practices.
The group alleges that Amazon India’s wholesale arm buys goods in bulk