Ireland sets film coin

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The Irish Film Board on Thursday announced a $6 million company development initiative to co-finance the productions of five companies that are to be determined later.

It is also extending until 2005 the Section 481 tax incentives — a key factor in the growth of Irish film production, which generates annual revenues of $200 million, according to government estimates.

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