Google News article Google is reportedly investigating whether the price of its wholesale clothing is undercutting the price it pays to retailers for the same item.
The search giant is reportedly looking at the situation in a bid to lower prices on goods such as shoes, shoes, and accessories.
The company has been looking into its wholesale price system for several months, as part of a push to make it more attractive to shoppers.
Google is also said to be looking into how it handles wholesale pricing for its other goods, such as smartphones, video games, and even clothing.
Google said it has found that some products can be significantly cheaper on its wholesale website than their retail counterparts, but that it’s not necessarily the case for all of them.
That said, Google has found some items can be considerably cheaper on the website than on the store, and the company is not saying how it will ensure that prices on those items are not artificially inflated.
Google’s efforts to make the shopping experience more efficient have resulted in lower prices for many products.
As part of its efforts to reduce its retail costs, Google recently launched its own discount website.
This program allows users to save up to 10 percent on some of the most popular products, like electronics and household items, but it has also raised questions about how it is determining the difference between wholesale and retail prices.
A Google spokesperson told Reuters that the company has not found any instances where its price calculations have been compromised.
The spokesperson also said that the Google search engine is not responsible for the prices of items that are purchased through the Google Store or its other retail partners.
Google has been testing its wholesale prices system since January 2016, when it began rolling out its new website.
Since then, it has expanded its shopping service, including adding new categories of products, including groceries and home decor.
It has also implemented new features such as the “Search for You” feature, which lets users search for products using their mobile devices.
The service has also expanded to include a new shopping category called “Home Improvement,” which lets customers search for items on a range of topics including furnishing, kitchen, and home improvement.