PA manifesto backs market inquiry

PA manifesto backs market inquiry

A government-initiated inquiry into the online-physical and e-book sectors in the UK, a digital skills tax incentive for SMEs, and a minimum spend on teaching resources are among the measures in the Publishers Association’s first Publishing Manifesto, released today (19th September).

The manifesto has been produced ahead of this autumn’s political party conference season, and it will be used as a lobbying paper as the PA seeks to influence political parties in the run-up to the May 2015 general election. PA chief executive Richard Mollet said he hoped the document was one “all the main...

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