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Culture Minister Reaffirms Screen Quota

2005/12/29 | Permalink | Source

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Culture and Tourism Minister Chung Dong-chae has reaffirmed the need for the domestic screen quota.

On an EBS TV program Thursday, Chung, however, said that though he opposes the outright elimination of the system, several adjustments are possible.

Chung said the government will make an appropriate decision after taking all domestic and foreign conditions into consideration.

The quota requires movie theaters to screen domestic movies at least 146 days a year.

The system has hampered the launch of talks on a bilateral free trade agreement with the United States.

Reported by KBS World Radio

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