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British traditional market

the areas of the world representing the old British Empire, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India and much of Africa and the Caribbean. ➮ European rights

COMMENT: Publishing contracts between British and American companies formerly allotted the British traditional market to the British publisher, leaving the USA itself (and usually Canada) to the American publisher. This arrangement is now not so common, and territories like Australia are becoming ‘open’ or indeed are the subject of special territorial licences.



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