A free bookstore is a retail bookstore that is autonomously possessed. Free stores typically comprise just a solitary real store (despite the fact that there are some multi-store independents).
They might be organized as sole owners, firmly held organizations or associations (for example, few investors or accomplices), cooperatives, or charities.
Autonomous stores can appear differently in relation to chain bookstores, which have numerous areas and are possessed by huge partnerships which regularly have different divisions other than bookselling.
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