AAP: E-Books, Paper Help Trade Net Sales Gain in Q1 '10

June 2010
Book Publishing Report;Jun2010, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p9
Trade Publication
The article presents the 2010 first quarter report on net sales of trade books from the Association of American Publishers. It indicates that trade books sales have slightly increased by 4.3% due to the huge gains in electronic books and adult paperback segments. It reveals that net sales for the entire trade categories have amounted to 1,209.1 million dollars as against the 1,158.8 million dollars sales reported in 2009.


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