Amazon Extends Global Reach To Japanese Market With New Site

November 2000
Book Publishing Report;11/06/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 44, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the launching of Amazon.co.jp, an online bookstore for Japanese speaking customers by Amazon.com. Inclusion of Japanese and English-language book titles in the site; Details on the business operations of Amazon; Reasons for moving into the Japanese market.


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