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Britain's film industry back in 'business' after tax relief proposal

The long-awaited reform of UK film tax policy revealed yesterday has been widely welcomed by leading industry figures. Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown yesterday announced a new net rate of tax relief of 16% for larger-budget films and 20% for lower-budget films.

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