Washington — Business groups are forming a national coalition to initiate stricter antitrust laws, including measures that might force Amazon to spin off some of its business units.
Organizers said the work was initiated on Tuesday by trade organizations representing small hardware stores, office vendors, booksellers, grocers, etc., and business organizations from 12 cities. The businessman plans to push his representatives in Congress to enact stricter antitrust laws and stricter enforcement of existing laws.
These collectives represent groups of thousands of companies, hoping to obtain federal legislation to prevent owners of dominant online markets from competing with other sellers to sell their products. This policy can effectively align Amazon̵
Members of the House Antitrust Subcommittee are considering enacting legislation in accordance with these guidelines because they have weighed changes in the US antitrust law, although no bill has yet been introduced.
These business groups also hope to enforce competition laws and legal changes more strictly to make it easier for the government to win antitrust lawsuits against large companies.