The second reason why we misread the figures is because educational publishers are rarely in the news, except for all the wrong reasons. This is also because educational publishers have chosen to operate in opaque ways (yes, even more opaque than your average fiction publisher), and reveal very little of their numbers.
The 30% dilemma: Is Indian publishing really growing that fast?
Amish Raj Mulmi

tell me about it. Have worked in a publisher’s before and all are family-run, dense publishers. And am amazed how trade and education keep away from each other. Even the editors don’t shift between two publishers from different sub-sets of publishing.

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