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  • France passes an anti-Amazon law
  • France passes an anti-Amazon law
    Craig Finlay ©
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France passes an anti-Amazon law

France has long been seen as a country of classic literature; for many years it's been mandatory for all high school students to study the subject. And in the French literature market, real books are still king, with ebooks accounting for only 1.1%, compared to the UK’s 11.5%.

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