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L'Oiseau Indigo: Distributing French Books From Africa, Middle East

Posted at 8:08AM Tuesday 15 May 2012

Books published in French in African and Middle Eastern countries have very little international visibility. Publishers struggle to see their books reach France or other Francophone countries in Europe for a universal reason: book distribution is the thorn in everyone's side.

Now hope has come for these publishers in the form of a dark blue bird and a determined woman.

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