October 2002
Book Publishing Report;10/7/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 39, p8
Trade Publication
Cites developments pertaining to the international book publishing industry, as of October 7, 2002. Simon & Schuster's plan to launch a nonfiction imprint in Great Britain under the Free Press name; Decline in sales at the Waterstone's bookstore chain; Financial turnaround of the Bertram Group.


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