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Russian E-commerce Giant Ozon Acquires Stake In E-book Store

Posted at 7:17AM Tuesday 20 May 2014

Ozon Holdings, one of Russia's most established e-commerce players, has announced that it has acquired a stake in LitRes, the leader in Russia's fast growing — though still embryonic — domestic e-book market. Neither the size of the stake nor the amount of the transaction has been disclosed.

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