Supermarket retailers are confident that their channel will remain relatively unaffected by the expansion of virtual book sellers. As supermarkets capitalize on innovative merchandising opportunities, grocers and wholesalers say sales will increase, despite indications that the channel might have lost some market share last year. Books continue to sell well despite the competition for consumers' leisure time. To the surprise of analysts who predicted that Webcasts, books on tape or ...

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