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Kobo, Indigo Challenge E-book Ruling

Posted at 8:05AM Friday 14 Mar 2014

E-book retailer Kobo Inc. and Indigo Books & Music Inc. are challenging the Canadian Competition Bureau's deal with major e-book publishers that removed restrictions on retailer discounting, arguing Kobo would "suffer significant unrecoverable losses" and could allow Amazon to gain a "monopoly or near-monopoly on the supply of e-books in Canada."

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