India exports just 0.5% of the world’s books, surprising considering the potential strength of the printing industry, and execs are collaborating to compete.
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When it comes to printing, India and China are fierce competitors. Based on your experience, which country has the lead? Why? And what can be improved?
Late last month, Ingram Content Group launched Global Connect, a printing and distribution program, and recently announced a partnership with Brazilian distributor Singular.
Just like its economy, emerging at a growth rate of 8.8%, India’s publishing industry is expanding at a rapid pace.
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