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Incentive schemes

The Minister announced that the current provision in relation to the S481 Film Relief, which was due to expire on 31December 2008, is to be extended for a further period of four years to 31December 2012. FILM INVESTMENT

15th December, 2007

The Minister announced that the current provision in relation to the S481 Film Relief, which was due to expire on 31December 2008, is to be extended for a further period of four years to 31December 2012. FILM INVESTMENT

S481 Film Relief has become far less competitive in recent years for motion pictures, with film industry sources pointing to a dearth of big budget productions from overseas as evidence that the major studios are looking elsewhere, in particular...

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