Caught My Eye By Katina: Italian book sales grow by 44% in first half of 2021

by | Jul 14, 2021 | 0 comments

The Italian book market has grown in the first six months of 2021, according to figures from the Italian Publishers Association (AIE), with 15 million more copies of printed books sold through trade channels compared to 2020, an increase of 44%. 

According to the figures, based on NielsenIQ data, these sales generated €207m more for the industry compared to 2020, an increase of 42%, and €156m more compared to 2019, up 28%, bringing the total value of the book industry in the first six months of the year to €698m. 

Read the full article HERE!

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

LATEST NEWS

ATG Job Bank – Librarians – July 27, 2021

NORTHEAST Systems & Technology Manager, Lafayette College, Easton, PA Cataloger-Published Material, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA Data & GIS Librarian - Union College – Schenectady, NY Research and Instruction Librarian, Bryant University,...

ATG Job Bank – Librarians – July 27, 2021

NORTHEAST Systems & Technology Manager, Lafayette College, Easton, PA Cataloger-Published Material, Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA Data & GIS Librarian - Union College – Schenectady, NY Research and Instruction Librarian, Bryant University,...

ATG Quirkies: Sold: Sylvia Plath’s Rolling Pin and Recipes

Sold: Sylvia Plath’s Rolling Pin and Recipes is by Rebecca Rego Barry, author of "Rare Books Uncovered: True Stories of Fantastic Finds in Unlikely Places." Her post appears in Gastro Obscura Browned and splattered, a set of recipe cards owned by the Pulitzer...

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST

Share This