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Russia Is Now The World's Third Largest Ebook Market

Posted at 8:19AM Thursday 09 Jan 2014

Russia is now the world's third largest ebook market, trailing only China (in 2nd) and the United States (first). During the first nine months of 2013, Russia was able to overtake the United Kingdom and Brazil to take the third position in global ebook sales. And sales continue to boom, with a 25% in the third quarter over the previous quarter.

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