Italians ask tax breaks for film

Vivarelli, Nick
September 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;9/4/2001, Vol. 369 Issue 43, p8
Reports the appeal of the film producers on state subsidy system with tax breaks in Italy. Discussion on the proposal; Transition of pure subsidies to development incentives; Inclusion of the rules regulating film financing.


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