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Indian Printers Rally Collectively to Compete with China

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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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India vs. China, When it Comes to Printing, Which is Best?

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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?

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Ingram’s Global Connect Re-imagines the Global Distribution Model

Late last month, Ingram Content Group launched Global Connect, a printing and distribution program, and recently announced a partnership with Brazilian distributor Singular.

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The Indian Invitation: Why India Makes a Perfect Publishing Partner

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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When Will E-books be the Answer for Africa’s Readers?

By Edward Nawotka Today’s story about Nigeria’s Cassava Republic suggests that e-books may be the perfect means of overcoming African publishing’s printing and distribution problems. […]

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Is POD a Possible Answer to Book Distribution Barriers?

By Edward Nawotka In today’s lead story we cover the launch of Abu Dhabi Distribution, a new pan-Arab book distribution company opened by the organization […]

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Abu Dhabi Launches Pan-Arab Book Distribution Company

By Edward Nawotka ABU DHABI: On the opening day of the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair, the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), […]

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The Red Piano Won’t Play in China

By Andrew Wilkins When I bought the English language rights to a beautiful children’s picture book, The Red Piano, from French publisher Editions du Sorbier […]

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