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Do Indie Bookstores Really Have That Much To Fear From Digital Disruption?

Posted at 8:01AM Thursday 27 Mar 2014

Could it be that, for whatever reason, the indie bookstore sector is not doing so badly at all, while market changes impact mostly the bigger chains? That certainly supports the arguments by some that the biggest menace facing indie booksellers – at least in the UK – is not Amazon, but the politicians who are setting new business rates.


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