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ABA changes position to oppose open market

The Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) has changed its position on the question of an open market, recommending Australia retain its territorial copyright. ‘The management committee met through December and decided in January to step away from its previous position,' ABA CEO Malcolm Neil told WBN. As the Association's submission to the...

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