1 February 2017
Printed Book Sales Raise Again
NEW YORK—
Friesens was Canadian printer
Friesens was Canadian printer
 
 
 According to Bloomberg News sales of paper or printed books have risen by 3.3 % in 2016. It is the third year that sales of paper books have increased. Canadian book printer Friesens of Altona Manitoba has found more optimism from book publishers in Canada and the States.
     Curwin Friesen president of Friesens one of Canada's largest book printers has found a stablizing of the market and more interest in printed books across all ages ( including younger readers). He also has noticed a increase in the number of retail book stores. He mentioned that even Amazon has been opening retail book stores. Friesens has also found the lower Canadian dollar has helped sales in th US market.

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