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So Amazon.com isn’t verifying rumors that the e-tailer plans to open stores in London. Apparently the plan was for the company to open “click and collect” locations where customers could pick up items they order online.If Amazon were going to open stores, now would probably be the right time, given the current commercial real estate market. But London seems like a pretty expensive place to test out what sounds like a privately owned post office.Besides, it looks like competitor Sears is already the first in line with this idea with its crazy MyGofer concept. What would an Amazon store look like anyway?

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