It’s not all about promotions

I write in reference to your article about boosting the sales of Saturday newspapers (MW March 8). I own a newsagent in Highbury.

It is good to known that the newspaper publishers are devoting time and effort in trying to increase the circulation, but too frequently, I receive the papers late, and have the incorrect or missing inserts. This, of course, is the problem with the wholesaler who, due to their inefficiencies, cause sales to be lost for me and my publisher. I wonder how much the publishers monitor the wholesaler?

Haren Bhatt

T/A Universal Newsagents

Highbury Corner

London

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