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Entertainment industry expected to grow at a compound rate of 32 percent

02-February-2001
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Entertainment industry expected to grow at a compound rate of 32 percent

The entertainment industry is expected to grow from the present figure of Rs 15,000 crore to over Rs 60,000 crore in 2005, at a compound rate of 32 per cent per annum and the government, on its part, will always be ready to provide proper framework and policies as required, information and broadcasting minister Sushma Swaraj said.

Inaugurating the 7th “BES Expo 2001”, organised by the Broadcasting Engineering Society (BES) India, Swaraj said that the emerging broadcasting and electronic information scenario will throw up new challenges and opportunities for professionals.

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