WASHINGTON—The Trump administration hit Amazon.com Inc. over intellectual-property rights Wednesday, putting five of the online retailer’s foreign platforms on a list of “notorious markets” believed to facilitate sales of counterfeit and pirated goods.

The U.S. trade representative’s office listed Amazon’s web domains in Canada, France, Germany, India, and the U.K. among the accused platforms that allow for piracy. The action doesn’t target Amazon’s U.S. platform.

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