Online retailer Amazon has started selling physical books in Brazil, two years after it began selling books in digital format in Latin America's biggest country.
Online retailer Amazon has started selling physical books in Brazil, two years after it began selling books in digital format in Latin America’s biggest country.
In a statement posted on the company’s website, CEO Jeff Bezos says Amazon’s new service will offer more than 150,000 titles in Portuguese starting Thursday.
Amazon started selling e-books in early 2012, with a catalog of 13,000 titles. Today more than 35,000 titles are available in Portuguese, along with the more than 2 million in other languages.
Alexandre Szapiro is Amazon Brazil’s vice president. He tells the G-1 news portal that by the end of the year, e-books will have a 5 percent share of the country’s book market.
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