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UK directors take issue with government's tax proposals

As theclosing date beckons for responses to the UK Government1s proposals forreforming film tax incentives, certain sectors of the industry are claimingthat their voices are not being heard. One lobby group determined to ensure its concerns are addressed is TheDirectors Guild of Great Britain (DGGB), which today (Oct 21), will besubmitting its own document to the Treasury and the Department of Culture,Media and Sport (DCMS).'When you see the forums in which people from ...

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