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What do the next 12 months hold in store for print?

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By PrintWeek Team , 09 January 2017

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In a seasonal ritual that has become almost as traditional as a family feud or overcooked turkey, during the Christmas break PrintWeek published predictions for the year ahead from some of the industry’s finest.

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