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I crediti d'imposta francesi vanno a gonfie vele

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- In inglese: Il CNC ha svelato un bilancio estremamente vantaggioso delle riforme dei crediti d'imposta nazionale e internazionale per il cinema e il settore audiovisivo

I crediti d'imposta francesi vanno a gonfie vele
Ore 15:17 - Attacco al treno di Clint Eastwood, film beneficiario del credito d'imposta cinema

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€2.02 billion were spent in France in 2017 for works that benefited from a tax credit. This is the extremely positive appraisal revealed by the CNC just two years after the most recent reforms to the three French tax credits (film tax credit, audiovisual tax credit and international tax credit). “By making our tax credits more efficient, we have rekindled an industrial and commercial dynamic, by relocating shoots back to France, but also by attracting myriad foreign productions to our country. And the impact has been immense! In 2017, the tax credits generated €600 million worth of extra activities compared to 2015, with the knock-on effect of the creation of more than 15,000 jobs. With these tax credits and all its other advantages, France has become the most attractive country in the world again!” enthused Frédérique Bredin, president of the CNC.

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In detail, the national film tax credit was applied to 142 films in 2017 for expenditures of €804 million in France, the international tax credit to 52 projects (30 more than in 2015) for €222 million in eligible expenditure in France (up €165 million on 2015) and the national audiovisual tax credit to 1,554 hours of programmes for €995 million in expenditure in France.

These results are evidence of a strong relocation of French film shoots back to the country, as the rate of offshoring dropped from 27% before the tax-credit reform to 12% in 2017, with the special-effects sector particularly strongly affected, as production relocated back to France by more than 90% in one year.

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