Sweden: Record sales rise again in 2012

Overall recorded music sales in Sweden in 2012 showed an increase of 14%, with 90% of all digital income coming from streaming services.

Sweden, the home of Spotify, saw overall recorded music income rise from just over SEK 829 million (£79.82m) in sales in 2011 to over SEK 943 million (£90.8m) in 2012, according to the Swedish Recording Industry Association (GLF).

Digital sales continue to increase and now account for 63% of total music sales, up by 12% compared to ...

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