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Chinese Investors Are Buying Into Hollywood. Is There A Looming Threat Of Censorship?

Chinese money has been buying up Hollywood movie companies with the intent of pursuing global business. So is this a problem? “When you control the movie experience, you can subtly influence public opinion. And the Chinese government has been transparent about that goal.”
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