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Foreign E-Book Sales Increase 333% For U.S. Publishers in 2011

Posted at 5:23PM Friday 18 May 2012

Sales of e-books by U.S. publishers to readers in other countries increased to $21.5 million in 2011 from $4.9 million in 2010, a 333% increase, according to a report released today from the Association of American Publishers. At the same time, print sales by U.S. publishers for foreign readers increased by 2.3% to $335.9 million.

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