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Cinema: The French Ministers of Economy and Culture receive a report assessing the application of competition law to the cinema sector (Perrot/Leclerc Report)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The report submitted on 28 March 2008 to the Ministers of the Economy and Culture presents the conclusions of the mission on cinema and competition law entrusted on 25 September 2007 to Ms Anne Perrot, Vice-President of the Competition Council, and Mr Jean-Pierre Leclerc, Honorary Section Chairman at the Council of State. It responds to the concerns of the profession faced with the current challenges of the film industry, whether it be the development of multiplexes, the equipping of cinemas with digital technology, the appearance of video-on-demand services, the drop in profitability of prints or the deterioration of film release conditions. In addition

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Jean-Philippe Kovar, Cinema: The French Ministers of Economy and Culture receive a report assessing the application of competition law to the cinema sector (Perrot/Leclerc Report), 28 March 2008, Concurrences N° 2-2008, Art. N° 16694, p. 176

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