Italy Seeks Gov't Aid

Worden, Mark
March 2003
Billboard;3/8/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 10, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that Assomusica, the Italian concert promoter trade organization, is seeking to have music recognized as a cultural activity in order to receive government support. Increase in live music-related revenue in 2002 over 2001; Fiscal benefits of this distinction; Outlook for the Music Bill, which contains several proposals aimed at assisting and regulating the music industry.


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