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Peter Chapman

  • EIB not delivering Reding's Euro funding promises


    Unveiled amidst great fanfare this time last year, the European Union plan to help bankroll the European film industry with loans from the European Investment Bank appears to have hit a brick wall, according to a report in this week's Screen International.
  • EU confirms clearance of AOL-TW deal


    As expected, the European Commission has cleared AOL's $135bn take-over of Time Warner after the two companies agreed to make concessions to ensure that they would not dominate Europe's fledgling internet music market.
  • European Investment Bank turns attention to film


    Capital starved EU film-makers are set to grab a share in a Euros12bn boost from the European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU's long-term lending arm.