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In Al-Ahram Weekly 'Nahed Nasr queries some of the city's emerging publishers on their survival strategies' in Cairo, in Off the bestseller track. Among the issues publishers cite is: "the lack of a readership", but distribution difficulties seem to be seen as the biggest problem. Meanwhile, in The National Heba El Sherif looks at The most-anticipated Egyptian novels: A day at the Cairo book fair.
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