How to get Amazon shop suggestions programmatically - amazon-product-api

If I fill out the search field on any Amazon shop site (http://www.amazon.co.uk, for example), then I get a few suggestions like on the following screenshot:
Amazon shop search suggestions
I want to get these suggestions programmatically (any programming language is acceptable).
I have searched in AWS and Product Advertising API documentation, but have not found what I'm looking for.
On the other hand, I have found this service: www.keyword.io. It seems to be that they use Amazon API to provide their own service. I want to do the same directly, without any intermediate services.
Is this possible and how?

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I'm building a website for a client who would like to sell his own products. Placing the products on Amazon.com and using AWS from his website seems like an okay bet, right? I'm not experienced in "point of sale" websites as far as handling credit card info, etc., but it seems like Amazon has that part covered. As long as our items are listed on Amazon, we just need to make the appropriate AWS calls to create and interact with their shopping cart remotely. Is that an accurate assumption?
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