Over 1.4 million digital books sold in Brazil

Wednesday 9 January 2013 | 15:22 CET | News
Over 1.4 million digital books were sold in Brazil in the period June to November 2012, according to the Etail Report released by Ibope. The weakest month was July, when 182,600 titles were sold, while November was the strongest, with sales of 321,300 titles. The report is based on online sales of the 35 largest e-commerce sites in Brazil in nine metropolitan regions and within the interior of south and southeast Brazil.

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