Political Analysis of Film and Animation Industry

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ASSIGNMENT OF BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY [pic] SUBMITTED TO: MR. LALIT BHARDWAJ FACULTY OF LSM SUBMITTED BY: GURARPANJEET SINGH ROLL NO.A22 B.COM(P) REGD. NO.-10805687 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT It is a pleasure to express my thanks and gratitude to MR., LALIT BHARDWAJwho has been very kind on me in completion of my assignment. I could achieve this target only because of his kind and ever supporting guidance. Gurarpanjeet singh INTRODUCTION OF ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY IN INDIA The Enteratainment Industry in India though a late starter, is considered as one of the fastest growing segments of the Indian…show more content…
Furthermore, growing awareness to climate change is affecting how companies operate and the products they offer--it is both creating new markets and diminishing or destroying existing ones. POLITICAL ANALYSIS OF FILM AND ANIMATION INDUSTRY • Government Support Mr. Kapil Sibal, Minister of State for Science and Technology, identified entertainment industry as one of the important sector for India’s export oriented growth.10 However, compared to governments in other countries; efforts by the Indian government to encourage the sector have been very minimal. The government of South Korea funds animation ventures on a partnership basis.11 Bangladesh has a World Bank-funded support programme for the entertainment industry. In contrast, there have not been many initiatives from the Indian government to promote the entertainment industry, at least till the past one year. The Indian government signed co-production treaty with France about 20 years ago and efforts are on to reactivate it. A treaty was signed with the Italian government, which in turn sent a delegation to Goa. Efforts are also on to sign similar agreements with Britain, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Netherlands and China. These treaties will lead to sharing of costs by partner nations and also the dispersion of technical know-how amongst the partner nations. • New Government Initiatives A 25-acre Special Export Zone (SEZ) is going to
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