Amazon may choose to comply with Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) policies set by manufacturers and brands for their products. MAP is a pricing policy that restricts the minimum advertised price for a product, typically to prevent price undercutting by resellers and maintain the product's perceived value.
However, compliance with MAP policies is voluntary for Amazon and may depend on a variety of factors, including the terms of its agreement with the manufacturer or brand, the competitive landscape, and Amazon's own pricing strategy.
If you have a MAP policy for your products, it's important to communicate this clearly to Amazon and ensure that the policy is being followed. You may also want to consider using Amazon's Vendor Central platform, which allows manufacturers and brands to sell their products directly to Amazon, giving you more control over pricing and other aspects of your business on the Amazon marketplace.