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'The decision by UWA Publishing to cease entering its titles for book awards has highlighted the high costs incurred by publishers. Andrea Hanke spoke to several awards organisers to find out how they are trying to help.'

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    y separately published work icon Books + Publishing vol. 96 no. 3 February 2017 10874613 2017 periodical issue

    'It's hard to believe we've entered another year with the potential repeal of parallel import restrictions still looming. The government now has the Productivity Commission's final report into Intellectual Property Arrangements - delivered in late December-which recommends that PIRs are repealed by the end of 2017. Whether the government is able to get the legislation through the Senate is another matter.' (Andrea Hanke, Editorial introduction :4)

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