TALLINN - A modern bookstore in Estonia has a cafe attached to it, offers customers WiFi, loyalty programs and sells music, games, entertainment - and books. Two players dominate the book market, with a few independent shops struggling to survive in between. There are also a few publishers running their own bookshops.Estonia’s retail book market is mainly divided between two chains: Apollo, owned by Finnish Sanoma Corporation and Rahva Raamat, established in 2006 by Estonian ownership.Sanoma, who also ownes Lehepunkt and R-Kiosk and the brand name Rautakirja, has recently a...
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