Monday, December 7, 2009

TIGA delivers petition for tax relief to UK government

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UK recording mettlesome business trade association TIGA delivered a petition today to 10 landscapist Street (that's where Her Majesty ... oh, it's meet the British Prime Minister's residence), hunt the launching of Games Tax Relief. The petition was signed by 55 "senior business figures," which gives the proposition a bit more weight than the standard internet plea. The discussion set forward by Richard Wilson, CEO of TIGA, is that "if it is correct to wage set comfort for the UK flick business then it is also correct to wage set comfort for the UK recording games sector."

TIGA's push on the UK polity is being framed as a concern of activity for the British games industry. The methodicalness previously expressed that 1,700 jobs module be forfeited without set breaks and that the current polity funding structure for the games business is "incoherent." If TIGA doesn't obtain resource soon, the group can ever accept the outstretched hand of resource from the ominous-sounding "Shadow Cabinet."

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JoystiqTIGA delivers petition for set comfort to UK polity originally appeared on Joystiq on Tue, 08 Dec 2009 01:00:00 EST. Please see our cost for use of feeds.

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