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What Do We Do If Amazon Stops Growing?

Posted at 4:39PM Tuesday 04 Feb 2014

Publishers gripe about Amazon's dominance but won't want to see growth rates flatten. But they will also see that this represents a moment for them to take a lead in growing sales and it also opens up a gap for another competitor to come in and stimulate the market

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