May 26, 2009
We ask for a fixed public price for books, which would regulate the price of books in the whole French territory. According to some experiences abroad, there is proof that liberalisation of this market has negative outcomes. Though, sticking to its neo-liberal dogma, the European Union strives to impose the principles of free competition. This would be tragic for The Book in particular and for cultural diversity in general.
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Post written by Etienne GALLIAND – International Alliance of Independent Publishers, www.alliance-editeurs.orgAuthor : Challenge for Europe