Brits go to Beijing in buoyant mood

Brits go to Beijing in buoyant mood

For the first time, UK publishers will form the biggest international contingent at the Beijing International Book Fair this year, overtaking Japan and South Korea, historically the two largest national parties. British companies coming to BIBF’s 25th edition said they hope to capitalise on the flourishing Chinese market, which is seeing an "immense" increase in deals and advances.

With a record 33 companies exhibiting on its collective stand, the UK Publishers Association will be taking its biggest cohort yet, with eight first-timers. All told, there will be 56 British firms at the event;...

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