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  • Wine and Coffee save bookshops in Mexico
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Wine and Coffee save bookshops in Mexico

In 2008, Mexico passed a single-price law in order to support independent bookstores against large companies that were able to outprice them. But the law is infrequently enforced, and libraries have had to start offering book clubs and wine to lure customers back in.

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