Dec 14, 2007
Responding to media questioning about a ban on US movies between January and March next year, a State Administration of Radio, Film and Television official has denied that the government has put any such restriction in place, saying that import of movies is a commercial activity, carried out in accordance with market demands and regulations on the movie industry.
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