Bidding for Beckham The next frontier in government policy?
Johannes Van Biesebroeck ()
No 372400, Competition & Regulation Times from New Zealand Institute for the Study of Competition and Regulation
Should a city council be in the business of paying David Beckham to play soccer? What was the government thinking when it offered New Line Cinema a tax break worth NZ$300-400 million to shoot the Lord of the Rings trilogy in New Zealand? Johannes Van Biesebroeck ponders these and related issues.
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