Amazon, the US e-commerce giant, plans to launch a new consumer-centric project in the Middle East, according to a CNBC report.
The report states that Amazon contacted several US companies that sell their products through Amazon's website and said they would launch the project in the Middle East.
"After acquiring Amazon from a position in the market, we want to offer you the opportunity to participate in a new leading sales project in the Middle East," said Amazon.
"Our program is simple and straightforward and allows you to expand to a new buyer base on Amazon."
In July 2017, Amazon completed the acquisition of the largest online retail site in the Middle East for $ 580 million.
CNBC said the new project will be launched in a few months and that the company will withdraw its focus from the market.
According to the report, the project will begin first with consumers in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
According to the companies with which Amazon came in contact, the last one has as main target the sale of cosmetics and electronics in two countries with the greater economic potential of the region.
The report explains that the new project will be similar to Amazon sites dedicated to Britain and Germany, mainly Amazon's main website.