While most of Europe reported a downturn in ticket sales in 2007, the UK (along with Italy and the Czech Republic) bucked the trend. British cinema-goers generated nearly $1.8bn (£904.9m) in ticket sales last year, up 8% from 2006, while admissions rose 3.7% to 162.4 million.
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