04 May 2012
The Wall Street Journal, Nick Clayton
Despite competition from other forms of entertainment people are still reading books in huge numbers, and old-fashioned print still dominates the market.
According to the U.K. “Publishers Association’s Statistics Yearbook” consumer e-book sales rose by 366% to £92 million ($149 million) which is equivalent in value to 8% of all book sales, according to The Bookseller.
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