By 2010 the Chinese Film Industry is Estimated to Reach $900 million.DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c46966) has announced the addition of Motion Picture Industry in China: A Mirage on the Verge On the Verge (or The Geography of Yearning) is a play written by Eric Overmyer. It makes extensive use of esoteric language and pop culture references from the late nineteenth century to 1955. of Realization to their offering.
In this report, China film industry is forecasted to grow from generating $250 million in box office profits in 2005 to reach close to $900 million by 2010 and almost $2 billion by 2015. Furthermore, China will follow a steep upward trend to overtake the U.S. film industry, currently the dominant global market leader, by sometime in 2050.
Market growth will be driven by a number of factors based on current and past trends including increases in domestic purchasing power Purchasing Power
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Portion of an individual's income over which the recipient has complete discretion. To assess disposable income, it is necessary to determine total income, including not only wages and salaries, interest and dividend payments, and business profits, but also and consumer spending Consumer demand or consumption is also known as personal consumption expenditure. It is the largest part of aggregate demand or effective demand at the macroeconomic level. , rising ticket prices, increase in digital cinema technology and distribution, decrease in piracy rates, rising number of high-quality theaters, multiplexes and screens, increases in domestic film productions and Asian co-productions, cultural and regulatory changes and the emergence of a DVD/home video market.
The once hazy view of China's film future is becoming increasingly better defined. Driven by an economic engine on overdrive, the rapid accrual of wealth and the rise of entertainment spending following close behind, the continued momentum of China's growing film market will clearly persist. While the full realization of China's motion picture industry is still many years away, the report states that now is the right time for foreign entertainment and media companies to initiate entry strategies and develop long-term plans in order to fully capitalize on Cap´i`tal`ize on`
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U.S. media players, production companies, manufacturers and distributors should all become well aware of the threat of China and its neighbors, which will soon combine to overshadow o·ver·shad·ow
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2. To make insignificant by comparison; dominate. Hollywood. As the Asian "powerhouse" economies of China, India, South Korea and Japan continue to post spectacular gains, the financial strength of these growing markets will eventually result in an Asia that is capable of sustaining itself with the regional profits alone. The growth of China's film market will drive key regional Asian markets with an increase of mutually beneficial Adj. 1. mutually beneficial - mutually dependent
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This report provides a comprehensive look at the China film industry with an emphasis on regional economic, political and cultural perspectives of the market. This report was designed to give anyone interested in investing in the China film market a clear understanding of the current market situation and status in an effort to assist in the development of effective market entry strategies and investments within its sub-sectors. It also guides readers through the complex maze of existing regulatory policies and limitations as well as provide the most up-to-date information about current market trends and tendencies.
This report also analyzes market segmentations as well as prior models of success achieved by select industry majors, and provides development strategies and a guide to capitalizing untapped sectors of the local market. We have also provided a long-term box-office forecast that provides a more realistic outlook of the future of China's film industry.
1 - Introduction
2 - EAN EAN
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3 - Historical Perspective of Chinese Film
4 - Current State of Nation
5 - Key Organizations
6 - Current Market Status
7 - Film Production
8 - Film Distribution
9 - Film Exhibition
10 - Market Barriers
11 - Hong Kong Hong Kong (hŏng kŏng), Mandarin Xianggang, special administrative region of China, formerly a British crown colony (2005 est. pop. 6,899,000), land area 422 sq mi (1,092 sq km), adjacent to Guangdong prov. : A Unique Intermediary
12- Implications of WTO See World Trade Organization. Entry
13- South Korea: A Model Neighbor
14- Case Examples of Success
15 - Summary of Points
16 - Conclusion and Entry Strategies
* -China Film Group Corporation
* -Warner Brothers
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