The UK Publishers Association released its annual publishing statistics report on the UK market, which found that digital sales are increasing across the industry.
Download a report on the Chinese publishing industry produced by China Publishers Magazine for the London Book Fair 2012.
In 2010 Latin America produced nearly as many books as Spain yet absorbed 20% of Spain’s overall production, while Spain took in just 2% of Latin America’s.
According to the Spanish ISBN Agency, the number of publishers and titles grew significantly in 2011, despite a 66% drop in new print editions.
A new study reveals that pirates are offering tens of thousands of high quality illegally scanned comics in France to meet market demand for digital editions.
The number bookstores in Tehran rose from 858 to 895 in 2010, according to the Iran Book News Agency. Overall, 198 new bookstores opened in Iran last year.
A new report says that Spanish speakers around the world could be a key market to bet on in these times of global financial crisis
Spain’s biggest bookseller Casa del Libro, France’s Fnac, America’s Amazon, and several smaller competitors have turned Spain into an e-book battleground.
In August Japanese publishing revenue shrank 1.5% compared with the previous year
Australian children’s books consistently outsell adult fiction in the global rights market, according to trade magazine Bookseller+Publisher’s annual survey of Australian rights managers.