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Push Comes To Shove: Japan's E-book Market In 2012

Posted at 8:57AM Monday 02 Jul 2012

Until now Japan has been the Galapagos Islands of e-books, but as the Tokyo Book Fair opens this Thursday, change is imminent.

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