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Dutch industry decries foreign use of tax breaks

Just one week after the European Commission approved Holland's new tax break system (valid until 2003), the Federation of Film Interests - a union made up of screenwriters, directors, producers, actors and other professionals - has called for a regulation of the system. The federation is talking to policymakers and financiers about some of its criteria, which hitherto had been based on 'agreements', rather than clearly defined rules.

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