Chinese Bookstores Had a Healthy 2014

May 2015
Publishers Weekly;5/25/2015, Vol. 262 Issue 21, Special Section p4
Trade Publication
The article explores conditions and economic trends in the Chinese retail book market and bookselling industry. Emphasis is given to topics such as sales at online and physical bookstores, the sales growth in genres such as children's books and biographies, and the impact of bestsellers on the Chinese market.


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