“Put simply, we want to avoid the $400 (roughly Rs. 30,170) bottle of Purell (sanitiser) for sale right after an emergency goes into effect, while not punishing unavoidable price increases that emergencies can cause, especially as supply chains are disrupted,” Amazon vice president Brian Huseman said.
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