Amazon's World Takeover -- By the Numbers Amazon (AMZN) plays by its own rules. Anyone following the Internet sales tax debate has watched state governments buckle under pressure from the online retail giant. And how could they not? As this infographic by blogger FrugalDad shows, the company's annual revenue is larger than the GDP of half of the world's countries. Here's a peek at who you're paying when you opt for the Free SuperSaver Shipping:


Amazon Infographic

Source: Frugaldad.com




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nxston08

My first choice in shopping is e-commerce. Amazon rocks! I don't like shopping at physical stores anymore. Salespeople these days (especially the kids) act like they're doing you a favor.

November 17 2011 at 11:37 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
bscolli2

Think how much better off we would be if sales tax was actually charged on the purchases made on Amazon. Thats fine if we loose brick and mortar stores due to that advantage b/c those folks will no longer be able to shop anywhere including Amazon.

November 17 2011 at 4:30 PM Report abuse -2 rate up rate down Reply