Brash wants to hurt NZ as base for film making
Brash wants to hurt New Zealand as base for film
National leader Don Brash today admitted that he
wants to hurt New Zealand's chances of being the location of
big budget film and television productions, says Progressive
leader Jim Anderton.
"The National Party's anti-New
Zealand position has become even clearer today with the
Sunday Star Times reporting that any future National-led
government would abolish the Large Budget Screen Production
Grant scheme," the Progressive leader said.
"The scheme is
designed to encourage valuable investment in New Zealand,
the type of investment that creates opportunities for
employment and the learning of new skills for individuals,
with the added advantage of raising the whole country's
visibility on the world stage," Jim Anderton said.
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