The question has been raised again in India, where a number of popular books are unavailable in English, including some by writers like Salman Rushdie and Salman Rushdi.
But even as the issue has grown, so has the popularity of Indian writers.
While the demand for Indian books has grown over the years, the demand has also outpaced the supply.
The shortage of books has caused publishers to increase prices and to push up sales.
In recent months, publishers have been making changes to their business models, according to an industry source.
But there are also changes in the way that India is viewed by the international publishing community.
The books on the shelves in Indian bookshops have been changed over the past few years to reflect the changing tastes of consumers.
In the last few years, India has become a more expensive place to shop, with the cost of a book jumping from around $3.50 in the mid-1990s to more than $10 in the latest year, according, an industry report.
The price of a single book has increased from $5 to $10.
The difference is that a single, large book can now be priced at up to $15, the industry report found.
Publishers have also started to offer higher prices for books that are sold in India.
The higher price can sometimes lead to a fall in sales, said an industry analyst, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The bookseller told CBC News that the increase in the price of books is also affecting the books sold by bookshop outlets in Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad.
In Delhi, the prices for a book are now higher than the prices of books available in English.
In Mumbai, a bookseller said prices of booksellers are increasing.
“A lot of books that sell here are selling at Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000.
They don’t have the resources to keep them in stock,” the bookseller, who did not want to be named, said.
In Hyderabad, where the average book price in 2016 was about Rs 5500, the average price of one book is now around Rs 15,000, the book seller said.
While book prices have risen, the books available for purchase in the Indian market have not.
In 2016, there were about 15,500 books available online, according data compiled by the India Publishing Council.
In 2017, that number had dropped to 8,700 books, according the council.
The industry group says the problem is not limited to India.
In March, India’s book market was ranked number one in the world by the Wall Street Journal, which also said that the books are selling well.
The Wall Street journal said that “India has a very competitive book market.
While book prices in India are lower than in other developed countries, the quality of books are high.
There is a strong demand for books by authors who are not easily bought.”
While many Indian booksellors have told CBC that they have seen an increase in book sales from foreign customers, others said that Indian buyers are buying books for the first time.
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