A new report by an industry lobby group says global revenues for recorded music increased 0.3 per cent last year to $16.5-billion, representing the first time sales have stopped falling since hitting a peak of $27.8-billion in 1998. (All figures U.S.)

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Party like it’s 1999: global music sales rise at last
How we listen: 57 per cent of sales are still physical copies of music such as compact discs, digital music services are exploding in popularity – operating in more than 100 countries compared with 23…

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