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Visitors attending the Beirut International Arab Book Fair are interested in different types of books but, in a reflection of the region's situation, politics remains a topic in high demand.Organized in cooperation with the Union of Publishers in Lebanon, BIABF, now in its 60th edition, continues to host a wide range of publishing houses and books.Tamim notes that the number of exhibiting publishers is about the same as last year. Tamim added that this year's fair will stage over 200 book signings, which offers readers an opportunity to meet and chat with their authors.Fliti said that printed books continue to be in high demand, saying that they are the basis for e-books that can be made available online.Tamim explained that publishing houses are not overlooking this issue.
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