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Amazon Was The Grinch That Stole Britain's Christmas

Posted at 8:25AM Thursday 30 Jan 2014

New research data from Kantar Worldpanel will bring absolutely no comfort whatsoever to the UK's legions of Amazon haters. For the statistics in its quarterly entertainment barometer show that in the UK, "for the 12 weeks ending 22 December 2013, Amazon posted its highest ever market share and now holds over a quarter of the market (26.3 percent), a 5.9 percentage point growth compared with the same period last year."

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