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Amazon.com could surpass Wal-Mart in the next few years as the largest online retailer in the world. Recent developments point to the various opportunities that will propel that growth, notably Amazon Supply, add-on transaction items, and a substantial contract with Paramount Pictures. Investors might wince at Amazon's margins, but this company continues to disrupt industry after industry and looks more attractive as a long-term investment every day.
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