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The Canadian Government Is Seeking To Destroy Kobo

Posted at 7:59AM Monday 10 Mar 2014

Kobo is beginning to feel the pinch of prospective lower profit margins in Canada. The Canadian Government is forcing them to renegotiate contracts with all of their major publishing partners. Kobo sees this as being "Devastating for the company" and will relegate them to "an ineffective competitor."

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