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UK's year-end cinema admissions below par

Admissions in the last quarter of 2000 slid 13% to 32.2 million, compared with 37.1m in the last three months of 1999, according to data from government agency National Statistics. If the data is seasonally adjusted the fall was 14%, from 37.7 million to 32.4 million.

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