Production Restrictions Issued in Brazil

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RIO DE JANEIRO – New restrictions on the importation of television commercials have been issued by the government here. The new regulation, Decree #974, requires that for a commercial to appear here, 50% of all filming, casting, music, directing and editing must be done in Brazil or by Brazilians.

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