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Bookseller protest against Amazon launched in Prague is success

November 9th, 2018

Czech antiquarian booksellers will be able to keep selling their books abroad via the AbeBooks.com portal owned by Amazon, although the portal planned to end cooperation with them, Tomas Marik, from Prague's Valentinska antiquarian bookshop, told CTK today. "AbeBooks representatives informed us about this by phone and the information was confirmed in writing by International League of Antiquarian Booksellers President Sally Burdon," Marik said. AbeBooks.com wanted to end cooperation with some countries, but after a protest launched by one Prague antiquarian bookshop that won support of nearly 500 booksellers all over the world who suspended their cooperation with AbeBooks.com, the portal has changed its decision.


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