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Publishers urged to respond to Amazon's new e-book deal offer

The European Commission (EC) has confirmed that Amazon has offered to remove controversial Most Favoured Nation (MFN) clauses in e-book contracts and is asking publishers for feedback on the pledges.

Amazon reportedly to drop MFN clauses from e-book deals

Amazon has offered to drop the Most Favoured Nation clauses from its e-book contracts, following a European Commission investigation into the online retailer???s deals, it has been reported today. 

Book trade could be boosted by May's new industrial strategy

The publishing sector could receive a boost as part of prime minister Theresa May???s new industrial strategy, the Publishers Association has said.

French book industry prepares to lobby presidential candidates

Vincent Monad??, president of the French National Book Centre (Centre National du Livre, CNL), yesterday called for all institutions in the book sector to join forces and prepare a common set of proposals for books to present to candidates in the French presidential election.

Winterson fears 'species wipe out' of London shops after business rate hike

Author Jeanette Winterson has said she fears a "species wipe out" of small independent shops in London in the wake of the business rates re-evaluation set to come in April.