PA Warns On Copyright As New Figures Show Value Of Exports

by | Sep 10, 2021 | 0 comments


Published September 10, 2021 by Heloise Wood

The Publishers Association has reiterated calls for copyright rules to remain in place as new figures show nearly two-thirds of the UK’s publishing industry’s income in 2020 came from exports, despite the turmoil of Covid-19.

The newly released 2020 Yearbook from the PA has revealed export income remained largely unchanged last year despite the pandemic, with book sales up in the UK’s three biggest export markets. Education exports declined significantly while fiction fared well in export markets. 

See the full, original article from The Bookseller HERE.


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