In Spain 2,890 were sold, 80 million book Euros and outside 457.79 million. The greater preoccupation comes from the reduction of a 3.2% that underwent the past year the nonuniversity text book sale. Also it is considered burdens the slope of a 43.7% of the purchases for libraries. The economic recovery of the outer markets has benefitted to the Spanish publishing sector, that in 2010 exported books for 457.79 million Euros, which supposes a 3.5% more than in 2009, year in which the crisis was let notice and produced an abrupt reduction of 19%. All these data come from the report of Outer Comercio of Libro corresponding to 2010, presented by the Spanish Federation of Cameras of Libro (FEDECALI).
The good results of the outer market of the book contrast with those of the domestic trade, that in 2010 less invoiced a 7% than in 2009, due to " great parn" of the consumption, to " educative policies errticas" that they apply the independent communities and to the abrupt reduction of the institutional money destined to libraries, it indicated the Secretary General of this organism, Antonio Maria Avila. The EU, main destiny the European Union stays as the main destiny of the Spanish exports of the sector with 269.1 million Euros, which supposes an increase of 5.97% with respect to 2009. France and the United Kingdom are the main adressees of books and Spanish publishing products, with 108.3 and 77.6 million invoicing Euros, respectively. In both countries an increase with respect to 2009 has taken place (97.2 and 75.6 million Euros of sales). America consolidates as secondly destiny of the sales to the outside with 176.4 million Euros, a 0.5% more than in 2009.Mexico, Argentina and Brazil are the American countries in which they more sold the Spanish companies the last year, although in both first a fall of the invoicing with respect to 2009 took place.