PARIS (Reuters) - Amazon AMZN.O plans to extend the closure of its French warehouses until May 8 included, the e-commerce giant said on Monday.
The U.S. group’s six French warehouses have been closed since April 16 following court rulings that ordered it to restrict deliveries during the COVID-19 pandemic or face hefty fines.
“Unfortunately, this means that we consider to temporarily suspend the activity at our French distribution centres until May 8 included,” Amazon said, adding that it was still reviewing how to operate within the frame of the ruling.
Reporting by Mathieu Rosemain
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