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Amazon has a secret plan to replace FedEx and UPS called 'Consume the City' (AMZN)

Amazon has been quietly beefing up its own shipping logistics network lately. Although Amazon publicly says it's meant to complement existing delivery partners, like FedEx and UPS, a new report by the Wall Street Journal's Greg Bensinger and Laura Stevens says Amazon has broader ambitions. Eventually, Amazon aims to build a full-scale shipping and logistics network that will not only ship products ordered from Amazon, but will also ship products for other retailers and consumers.
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