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Will Waterstone's Have A Significant Future Selling Books In Britain?

Posted at 4:18PM Monday 31 Dec 2012

Christmas, even in a recession, is by far the busiest time of year for selling books – and this Christmas is a crucial test of whether Waterstone's will have a significant future selling our books in Britain.

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