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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In another offensive against the National Cinema Agency (ANCINE), President Jair Bolsonaro decided to attack the main source of funding for audiovisual productions in Brazil.

The budget bill submitted to the legislative branch provides for a cut of almost 43 percent in the FSA's (Audiovisual Sector Fund) funding in 2020, to R$415.3 million (US$104 million).

It is the lowest amount earmarked for the fund since 2012, when it . . .

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