While the overall volume of printed books continues to decline, earlier this year we heard that, for the first time since they were introduced, the growth in sales of e-books was slowing. This may have come as a surprise to those who thought that the e-book would be the nemesis of its printed counterpart, but to others it’s a natural slowdown in the initial high rate of adoption in a new technology. Whatever the cause, it’s now apparent that the two formats will co-exist due to the inherent benefits of both.
Beyond this, publishers worldwide . . .
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