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Bloomsbury Turnover Up 20%

Posted at 8:35AM Thursday 16 Jan 2014

Bloomsbury Publishing's trading in the four months to the end of December was very good and in line with management's expectations.

Turnover in the period was up 20% year on year due to strong title sales reflecting our excellent new book list this year.

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