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Bookseller, authors argue for fixed price law

In an opinion piece for the Sydney Morning Herald, journalist Raymond Bonner, a co-owner of Bookoccino Bookshop in Avalon, has called for a 'fixed-price' law in Australia. Stating that fixed-price laws for books ‘are the norm for most EU countries including Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Norway and Hungary, as well as...

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