Amazon is planning to open one of its first international cashierless Amazon Go stores in London's Oxford Circus
- Amazon is looking to open a cashierless Amazon Go store in London, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
- Sources say the company is looking for a site between 3,000 and 5,000 square feet in size in Oxford Circus.
- Amazon told the Telegraph it does not comment on rumour or speculation.
Amazon is planning to open one of its cashierless Amazon Go stores in London's Oxford Circus, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
Citing sources, the newspaper said Amazon is looking for a space between 3,000 and 5,000 square feet in size. Oxford Circus is the busiest shopping area in London.
Amazon first introduced its Amazon Go stores, where customers can take items off the shelves and be automatically charged, in the US early this year.
The company is yet to expand the brick-and-mortar stores internationally.
Sources told the Sunday Telegraph that Oxford Circus site would be the company's flagship UK store. Sources also said the project to establish an Amazon Go store in the UK was being led by the US side of Amazon's operations.
Business Insider contacted Amazon for comment. An Amazon spokesman told the Telegraph that the company does not comment on rumour or speculation.
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