An International Comparative Study: How National Content is Defined in Canada and Selected Countries for the Purpose of Providing Access to Public Support (2015)

This report examines how national film and television programs are defined for the purpose of accessing government funding and tax credits in jurisdictions around the world. A key finding of the study was the relative lack of flexibility in the application of a definition of Canadian content, as compared to the jurisdictions examined, including the European Union and Australia and New Zealand.

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