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ABA welcomes zero-day proposal; publishers still unhappy

A change to Australia's parallel importation rules reportedly proposed by Competition Minister Craig Emerson would reduce locally published international titles with print runs under 10,000 copies by between a third and a half, according to the Australian Publishers Association (APA). Responding to Emerson's proposal to reduce the number of days Australian...

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