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France to Boost Culture Budget to €3.6 Billion, Its Largest Ever

The leap of 5.5% marks the greatest increase in government financial support for the arts since 2010. The post France to Boost Culture Budget to €3.6 Billion, Its Largest Ever appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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