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October 26 [Sat], 2013, 16:53
In December 2009 Cheap Ffxiv Gil Chancellor Alistair Darling’s pre-budget report failed to include measures aimed at providing tax relief for the UK games sector, a decision labeled by domestic developer Blitz Games Studios as “short sighted”, and by industry trade body TIGA as “a serious mistake and a failure of imagination”.

TIGA CEO Richard Wilson Cheap Ffxiv Gil welcomed Browns latest comments, saying: “We…?urge him to act quickly to introduce a Games Tax Relief as outlined by TIGA2, for the UK games development industry in the coming budget.

“TIGA has made repeated representations to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and to HM Treasury, setting out the case for Games Tax Relief. We hope that the support of the Prime Minister will ensure a commitment by the Government to the introduction of Games Tax Relief and so guarantee that the UK video games industry remains world leading