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Barnes and Noble Negotiates Deal to Sell Nook Devices Abroad 

(NEW YORK) -- The country’s largest bookstore chain may soon offer its Nook digital services abroad.

Bloomberg News reports that Barnes & Noble Inc. is negotiating a deal to sell its Nook devices in stores outside the United States for the first time, according to a source close to the company.

The book superstore is working to develop a partnership with the United Kingdom’s Waterstones Booksellers Ltd., where it plans to launch its Nook tablet in 2012.

Waterstones is the largest bookstore chain in the U.K. with nearly 300 stores.

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