America’s tech giants have faced a litany of antitrust concerns at home—but mostly abroad—in recent months. And last week, the European Union added Seattle-based Amazon to that list.

The EU announced Sept. 20 it is in the earliest stages of examining whether Amazon’s position as a platform with access to third-party sales data gives it an unfair competitive edge in the creation and sale of its own brand products.

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