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More Than 50% Oppose Screen Quota Cut

2006/02/13 | 86 views | Permalink | Source

More than half of the population oppose the government's decision to halve the screen quota from July, supporting the domestic film industry's protest.

In a recent phone survey released Monday, 53 percent said they are against the cut while 33 percent supported it.

The poll by Research and Research was conducted on some one-thousand people over the age of 19.

Thirty-four percent said the planned cut will impair the development of the domestic film industry. Thirty percent said it will instead lead to improvement and 25 percent expected no influence on the industry.

Last month, the government the screen quota will fall to 73 days a year from July.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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