As an online retailer, Amazon has seen a massive surge in sales.
Last year, the company saw an average of £8.1bn in sales a day, making it the largest online retailer in the world.
In 2017, Amazon saw an increase of £2.4bn, with an average daily sales of £6.5bn.
This year, Amazon sales have been growing at a rate of around 5% a day.
However, in 2018, Amazon reported a decrease of £1.9bn in profits, which is the third-largest decline of all companies, behind only Apple and IBM.
Amazon, in 2017, was the most successful online retailer globally, according to the Forbes 100.
Amazon sales topped $1.5 trillion, the most ever.
The company’s stock has been soaring over the past few years, with Amazon shares trading at $8,878 a share.
Amazon’s growth in the last two years has been fuelled by its ambitious expansion plans.
Last month, Amazon announced a $5bn investment into its new data center, and said it was now shipping a million robots a week to Amazon warehouses worldwide.
The plan is to expand to more locations by the end of 2021.
Amazon also launched a new online store called AmazonFresh, which allows customers to order goods online.
It also announced that it was building a cloud computing hub at its Seattle headquarters.
The online retailer has also announced plans to expand its online shopping business into the U.S. and beyond.
In 2018, it announced a record £2bn investment in its cloud computing business.
The Amazon.com Inc. cloud computing operation, Amazon Web Services, has been expanding its global business, and has a global market cap of around $50bn.
It has also invested in a new data centre at its headquarters in Seattle, Washington, and is building out its global cloud computing operations in other countries.
The announcement that Amazon will open a new headquarters in the United States was made in October 2018.
Amazon is now one of the largest retailers in the U!k., with a market capitalisation of £32bn, and the largest ecommerce site in the European Union, with a global reach of more than 10 million people.
In the U., Amazon is the second-largest online retailer after Wal-Mart.
The U.K. has a long history of being a major source of ecommerce growth, with online sales accounting for a significant part of its total sales.
However this is now changing, with the rise of online shopping as a new and more profitable option for retailers.
It is now more profitable to invest in online sales than in physical retail sales, according with ecommerce analyst, Andrew Tumarkin, from Capital Economics.
Amazon recently announced that its U.k. stores will open on May 31st, 2021, marking the first time in 30 years that Amazon has opened an office in the country.
Amazon has said it will have about 15,000 U.s. locations worldwide by 2021, with plans to open another 40,000.