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ABA: PC recommendations could increase book prices

The Australian Booksellers Association (ABA) has claimed that the Productivity Commission's proposed changes to Australia's book parallel importation laws  ‘are in danger of putting upward pressure on all new titles as publishers seek to maximise their returns during the 12-month period of exclusive territorial copyright'. ABA CEO Malcolm Neil, in...

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