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Kobo Challenge To E-book Ruling Delays Competition Bureau's Move To Reduce Prices

Posted at 8:54PM Wednesday 19 Mar 2014

Canadians will have to wait longer for cheaper e-books, as a move by the Competition Bureau aimed at reducing the prices of the digital reading material has been postponed due to a challenge by Kobo Inc.

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