Minimum advertised price (MAP) policies have been around since the early 1900s. However, they’ve perhaps never been more relevant and useful than they are today.
That’s because we live in a world of instant price comparison. Shoppers can get pricing on a product from multiple online sellers with just a few clicks.
Without some type of price floor in place, however, retailers and manufacturers are likely to find themselves in an ugly price war.
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In this post, we’ll show you one way that Import.io helps manufacturers keep track of product pricing to ensure compliance with MAP.
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