Amazon China Faces Regulatory Hurdle for Kindle Store
(Beijing) -- Amazon China is facing regulatory challenges for its e-reading business in the country, a media report says. This follows the company recently launching its Kindle book platform in China.
Financial news portal AAstocks.com cited Wang Qiang, director of digital publishing department of the General Administration of Press and Publication, as saying that the administration is investigating Amazon China's Kindle store operations.
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