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New York’s Entertainment-Production Tax Incentives Valued at $2.1 Billion to Be Voted on by Lawmakers

Jul 1, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Entertainment-production tax incentives valued at $2.1 billion over five years will be voted on today by New York’s lawmakers, the Hollywood Reporter reports.

That works out to $420 million per year, or $70 million more annually than the one-time $350 million production-incentives allocation that was used up earlier this year, the story says.

The vote has been delayed by months because of political fighting.

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