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UK and India agree details of co-production treaty

The UK and Indian governments have said they have finished the necessary negotiations to enable the long-touted UK-India film co-production agreement to come into force.The treaty will let UK and Indian film-makers co-produce films that will be eligible for national status in both countries.The main aspects of the UK-India co-production treaty were first signed in late 2005. Now, details have been completed by officials and the treaty will comeinto force ...

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