Steve Jobs on iTunes Music Store Europe

MacNN publishes a reader report on a Steve Jobs interview in France.

The reader summarizes what they felt was the most interesting part, which provides Jobs' answer to "When will you bring the [iTunes Music Store] to Europe".

Jobs' answer cites the European music licensing market as the reason for the delay. Each country may have a different companies handling distribution, making the process "very complicated".

The European Music Store is still expected early next year, as previously reported.

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