At the opening ceremony for the 2024 edition of Taipei’s book fair, Taiwan’s president speaks of ‘democratic partners.’
The state of Brandenburg’s ‘Reading Is Life’ campaign is providing some €3 million in book and workbook vouchers to schools.
With 35.9 percent of Spaniards saying they never or almost never read, Spain’s publishers want to ‘redouble our efforts’ to boost those numbers.
A market boosted by the elimination of sales tax on books, Taiwan is ready for a strong year at its upcoming international book exhibition.
Germany’s popular and still-new KulturPass for 18-year-olds sees its per-person allocations dropped ‘from €200 to €100 for this year.’
The conference closing the 41st rendition of the Mauri Foundation’s ‘school of booksellers’ will be a look at new issues ─ and déjà-vu.
Tamara Megrelishvili, founder of Georgian bookstore Prospero’s talks about the impact of diminished tourism, war, and political unease.
Circana Bookscan reports that in week 51 in the U.S., 31 million print books were sold, marking a 1-percent holiday season growth over 2022.
Small- and medium-sized publishers make up 50.1 percent of the Italian book market, reports AIE at today’s Più Libri Più Liberi opening.
The 37th iteration of the Guadalajara International Book Fair opens with IPA’s Karine Pansa flagging world publishing’s challenges.