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FT Print Sales Decline As Takeover Talk Continues

Its distinctive pink pages were a common sight under the arms of workers pouring into the Square Mile in the morning. In May, fewer than 36,000 copies were purchased in the UK by consumers paying full price compared with 66,076 five years ago and 92,487 in October 2008 as the financial crisis hit. The remainder of the current total UK print circulation of just 69,000 is made up of 6,000 personal subscriptions, 4,000 corporate subscriptions, and 23,000 distributed in bulk discount deals with airlines and hotels. 

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