Rosen checks off some important factors to consider. “First, the need to surpass the North American box office as early as 2020,” he said. “Second, the caution of Chinese film companies and film stars after the tax scandal in making very expensive films unless they are Wu Jing-style patriotic films, particularly with the 70th anniversary coming up. Third, if you look at the box office this year, it’s been driven primarily by Hollywood blockbusters and some other foreign films, but since Wandering Earth, Chinese films have not done well, with a couple of exceptions — but nothing like Avengers: Endgame, which is what China needs to punch up the box office.” … [Read more...] about China: Could Trump’s Trade War & Stricter Local Controls Extend Summer Hollywood Movie Blackout To October?
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The residence also has its own fully equipped home theatre room with a projector, screen and amplifier. Outside there is a covered outdoor entertainment area overlooking the gas heated swimming pool and spa – it features a stone stacked wall with a waterfall. … [Read more...] about Castle Hill: Pre-approved buyers actively looking for luxury homes
New Delhi: At a time when the world is struggling to get ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients, 200 such equipment are lying at Chennai port but they are 'second-hand' or 'used' ones and come under the 'hazardous' category. Import of such used equipment is prohibited under hazardous waste management rules of the Ministry of Environment and Forest. A Chennai-based company Skylark Office Machines imported these ventilators in November 2018 from a US-based firm, according to sources. The customs authorities confiscated the consignment and imposed penalty on the goods. But, the importer approached the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT) which set aside the orders of the customs authorities and allowed the company to re-export the goods back to the US, they said. Things took turn as the central government banned exports of all kinds of ventilators during the last week of March amid the coronavirus outbreak. After this decision, it was impossible for the … [Read more...] about COVID-19 outbreak: Amid equipment shortage, a curious case of imported used ventilators
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has suggested to the government to call people with proven expertise and capabilities, including from opposition parties, to deal with perhaps the greatest emergency being faced by the country since Independence following the coronavirus outbreak. He also cautioned that driving everything from the Prime Minister's Office, with the same overworked people, may not be of much help. "There is much to do. The government should call on people with proven expertise and capabilities, of whom there are so many in India, to help it manage its response. It may even want to reach across the political aisle to draw in members of the opposition who have had experience in previous times of great stress like the global financial crisis. "If, however, the government insists on driving everything from the Prime Minister's Office, with the same overworked people, it will do too little, too late," Rajan said in a blog titled "Perhaps India's Greatest Challenge in … [Read more...] about Rajan urges government to invite experts to deal with economic impact of COVID-19
With these new young team leaders, the company entered the real estate sector with a firm foothold, developing a series of prestigious real estate projects in Lao Cai, Hanoi, Danang, Binh Dinh, and Ho Chi Minh City, among others. Nhat was appointed as CEO of Alphanam Real Estate JSC at the age of 28 while My has been the CEO of Foodinco Land JSC since the age of 25. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 6