By now, you’ve probably seen the buzz about China’s papermakers, which are selling for a few thousand dollars per book and making up the bulk of the Chinese e-book market.
But the number of Chinese publishers producing titles in Chinese isn’t nearly as big as its popularity would suggest.
In fact, it’s only about 1.6% of the entire Chinese market.
This makes it the least-marketed of the seven countries listed on the Chinese-language publisher survey, which was launched by the Chinese government in November.
The survey aims to help consumers and business leaders make better informed decisions about the most promising and successful Chinese publishers.
It was launched with the goal of encouraging more Chinese publishers to enter the Chinese market and create their own unique products.
According to the survey, the most successful Chinese papermaking publishers are the ones with “largely self-published” titles.
These publishers have published more than 2 million books in the past five years, with most of them coming from smaller publishers.
This means the market for Chinese-published books is “very, very small,” according to the company that conducted the survey.
In a statement to Business Insider, an official from the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said the survey didn’t include Chinese publishers that publish more than 5 million books per year.
The MIIT spokesperson added that the survey was designed to inform people about the quality of Chinese book publishing, rather than to provide a market analysis.
According the survey itself, the top five most-produced Chinese publishers were all listed by name, with four each in the top 20.
This is an impressive accomplishment, given that publishers are typically limited in the number they can publish.
Only the top 10 publishers have more than 100,000 subscribers on the website of the Ministry of Information Technology, according to data provided by the website.
The top five publishers are not necessarily the most popular among Chinese readers, however.
The biggest hit was the top-selling papermaker, Jin Ling, which had 5 million subscribers, according the survey data.
The publisher has published more titles than the rest of the top 100 publishers in the survey — an average of over 6,000 titles a year.
This includes a number of popular titles such as The Girl in the Tower and The Little Mermaid.
These titles are selling well, but some publishers have struggled to stay in business.
One such publisher, the Chinese company A2 Paper, was acquired by a US firm, Bookwise, in November of 2016.
This move will give Bookwise the ability to produce more Chinese-authored books, but it won’t make A2 a more popular publisher.
Still, A2 is still a very popular papermaker.
The company is publishing more than 300,000 books per month and has more than 60,000 customers in China.
In terms of the market, A3 Paper has more subscribers than the top 25 publishers.
The papermaker has published nearly 20 million books, according its website.
A3 has had success with its titles, but the market is not as big.
In the past few years, A4 Paper, which also publishes a large number of books, has experienced more success, with a recent report suggesting it was the second-most-popular papermaker in China in 2016.
In 2017, the company published almost 1.5 million books.
The A4 papermaker was a small player in the market when it was founded in 2012, and in 2014 it had a loss of $9 million.
The publication of books by other smaller papermakers in the last two years have also made a difference, as the market has seen more mainstream titles published by more established publishers.
In addition, there have been fewer copycat Chinese publishers trying to replicate the success of a major Chinese publisher.
While these publishers are generally successful, they have also faced competition from more established Chinese publishers such as Ananda Paper, the second most-popular publisher in the list.
Another popular Chinese papermaker is Xi Shuwei, which publishes about 60,00 titles per month.
Xi has published roughly 400,000 total titles, which puts it in the middle of the pack in terms of total market size.
It’s not clear if Xi is doing this because of the large number he publishes or because he is being targeted by publishers who want to take advantage of the new market.
The market for these Chinese-created e-books has been small, but has also been growing.
There were 7 million Chinese books in Chinese in 2016, according data from Nielsen BookScan.
This represented a 40% increase from the previous year, and it was up 25% from 2015.
The number of foreign-published Chinese ebooks grew by more than 30% from 2016 to 2017, according Nielsen Bookscan.
The most popular Chinese book on Amazon was by a company called The Laundryman, which sold about 9,000 copies in 2018, according an analysis by The Guardian.
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