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Monday, April 1, 2002



In Mexico, Pirated Music Outsells the Legal Kind. Mexico has become the third-largest market for copied music, after China and Russia. By Graham Gori.

"If they lowered their prices, more people would buy legal discs," said Jorge Miñon, who has been selling pirated music in Tepito for eight years and has been approached by the police only once. "I consider myself a businessman, and it is my job to give customers what they ask for."

< [New York Times: Arts]

The situation in Venezuela is similar. Note that this has nothing to do with the internet, it has to do with prices. Nevertheless, the labels have spent more time and money fighting the internet than fighting the illegal trade of unofficial CDs.


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