The French government plans to introduce a virtual print shop in the first quarter of 2020.
The proposed digital print shop, which will allow visitors to buy prints in a virtual space, has been suggested by French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron, a former banker, and his predecessor, Francois Hollande.
It will allow users to print in a single space and then order prints online, which could be delivered via the internet or delivered in a print shop.
In the future, visitors will be able to order printed books online, and they can also pay for prints using cash, but it remains unclear how the service will work.
The plan has been opposed by some critics, who fear the government is trying to privatize the printing industry, especially at a time when French public services are struggling.
The virtual print shops are expected to take up to six months to complete.
France has the world’s most advanced print-on-demand (POD) system, which allows people to download printed books from Amazon.com, Ebay, and other online services, but many experts worry that the POD system is being undermined by an increase in counterfeit books, especially since PODs have become more popular in Europe.