Germany is becoming the golden child of Europe’s music business.
The market’s recorded music industry grew yet again in 2015, according to figures from BVMI, up 4.6% in income terms to €1.55bn ($1.73bn).
As such, Germany is comfortably Europe’s biggest music sales market – and only behind Japan and the US worldwide.
In fact, the average German spends more than US $17 on recorded music each year, according to the IFPI.
This lucrative success, however, doesn’t always automatically translate for acts trying to break the market from other territories.
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