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Let's hear it for the publishers

The IPA's president Richard Charkin on the opportunity that the International Publishers Congress presents for British publishers. Read more

Kidnapped Hong Kong bookseller on IPA’s Prix Voltaire shortlist

Gui Minhai, the Hong Kong-based publisher and bookseller kidnapped by Chinese agents in October 2015, and still in detention in China, features on this year’s... Read more

IPA and WIPO join forces on annual world publishing statistics

The International Publishers Association (IPA) and World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) are launching a new annual report of world publishing statistics.... Read more

IPA condemns closure of Turkey’s Evrensel publishing house

The International Publishers Association has condemned the closure of yet another Turkish publishing house, Evrensel Basım Yayın (Evrensel Publishing House). Read more

Kolman to lead IPA

Michiel Kolman, senior vice-president of global academic relations at Elsevier, will succeed Bloomsbury’s Richard Charkin as president of the International Publishers Association. Read more

IPA expands 'global footprint' with five new members

The International Publishers Association General Assembly has voted to admit five new national publishing organisations from Iraq, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Morocco and Senegal, to extend its "geographical and cultural footprint" broader than it has ever... Read more

Athens named World Book Capital 2018

Athens has been named World Book Capital 2018 by the director general of UNESCO, Irina Bokova.  Read more

IPA makes changes following China rift

An extraordinary General Assembly of the International Publishers Association, called at the request of members who are concerned about the admission of the Publishers Association... Read more

Pullman urges publishers to examine their role

Publishers need to ask themselves what are they offering writers and readers that other agencies cannot provide, author Philip Pullman told delegates at the International... Read more

Nourry warns on Google, EC copyright 'attack'

Google is a bigger threat to publishers than Amazon and could be helped by "the European Commission’s senseless attack on copyright", Hachette Livre c.e.o. Arnaud... Read more

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