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Ebooks Account For 40% Of Q1 Revenues For Hachette In UK

Posted at 7:38AM Wednesday 14 May 2014

Ebook sales for the publishing division "outperformed a stabilizing market." Ebooks now represent 13.4% for Hachette Livre, up from 12.4% in Q1 2013. In the US, ebooks represent 34% of net trade sales, consistent with the same period last year, while in the UK ebook sales make up 40% of net Adult trade sales, up from 31% in Q1 2013.

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