Chart: Japanese Readers Spend the Most on Electronic Books
Research from Statista shared on Business Insider.
In addition to the chart with data for 10 nations/economies this overview:
According to research by Statista, Japanese readers will spend the most on electronic editions in 2015 — an average of $86.50. U.K. readers will follow closely, with U.S. readers somewhere down the middle, spending an average of $46 this year. Chinese readers will spend an average of only $4.30 this year on electronic editions.
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