In 2017, Amazon Brazil started allowing third-party sellers to list their items on the website. Apparently, though, that could’ve been just the beginning of the e-commerce titan’s expansion in the biggest retail market in Latin America. According to Reuters, the company held a meeting with a bunch of manufacturers in Brazil last week to discuss its plans on stocking and selling goods — everything from consumer electronics to perfume — itself. It follows a previous Reuters report, which says Amazon is looking to rent a warehouse just outside of Sao Paulo. Read more at Engadget.