A French appellate court has upheld a lower court ruling that barred Amazon from selling non-essential goods during the coronavirus pandemic. The ruling limits Amazon's sales to food, medical supplies and hygiene products. Amazon faces a fine of €100,000 (about $108,000) for every delivery that violates the court ruling.
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