Almost €26 million raised for performing arts through tax shelter mechanismTuesday, 02 January 2018 14:36
Three quarters of these funds (€20.57 million) have been allocated to projects to fulfil requests for the Flemish community and a quarter (€5.39 million) for the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. This total only concerns matters with an administrative issue.
L’Echo does have one final observation. Although the effects from the tax incentive are positive, there is regret in the performing arts sphere that the mechanism is solely limited to financing the shows, not to producing them both in Belgium and abroad, or supporting performing arts theatre between productions.
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