The company was granted approval to establish a printing company in Shanghai through a planned joint venture with two mainland printing and packaging companies.
It will invest US$29 million for a 50 per cent stake in the joint venture, which will handle the printing of books, magazines, newspapers and packing materials.
Although the printing venture is seen largely as a support operation for its book club network, industry sources believe the latest development ...
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