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Spanish government issues 'Cinema Law'

The Spanish government has issued its 'Cinema Law' which, among other measures, requires broadcaster-affiliated producers to finance a minimum 75% of their feature films as co-productions. It also set up a national watchdog to oversee fair practice in all sectors of the film industry.

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