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The Hong Kong Government, in its latest budget, is proposing to spend HK$300m of the public's money on movie production. See the article on Webb-site.com for details. What do you think? Is there something special about the movie sector that justifies government spending taxpayers' money to support it?
1. Should the Government invest public money in movie production?
2. Should the Government continue to guarantee private companies' debts for movie production, through the Film Guarantee Fund?
3. Should the movie industry receive special government treatment, relative to other for-profit sectors?
4. Do you think the proposed movie fund bears any relation to the electoral system of Hong Kong?
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