Free-trade accord spurs investment

Rothrock, Vicki
August 2004
Variety;8/30/2004, Vol. 396 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses the possible economic effect of the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) on the motion picture industry in China. Implication of CEPA to the import requirements for Hong Kong films; Increase in the number of Hong Kong movies expected to enter the mainland market; Comment of Woody Tsung, chief executive of the Hong Kong Motion Picture Industry Association, on the potential of the partnership agreement; Concern regarding the plan of Warner Bros. to open a multiplex cinema in China.


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