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Spanish 2006 admissions drop 2.2% in 2006 but grosses rise

Spanish admissions dropped 2.2% last year, while a rise in ticket prices sent grosses up almost the same percentage. Admissions were down to 124m, while ticket sales were up to $839m (Euros 648m), according to figures from Nielsen EDI. 'The reality is that it was a 'good' year for Spain,' says Arturo Guillen of the Madrid office of EDI Nielsen. 'This is a mature market and as long as the box office stays within the Euros 600m range it is good.' But each ...

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