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Britain's plans to end tax relief for game development are "a terrible mistake," said Bobby Kotick in the UK's Sunday Telegraph, reports TechZone360, with the Activision CEO going on to subtly threaten: "There are so many other places that are encouraging the video games industry." They also quote Richard Wilson, chief executive of UK trade group TIGA on the subject of developer tax relief. "For too long, the coalition Government has acted like a one-club golfer. It has had a strategy for reducing the deficit but little to say about growth," said Wilson. "The video game sector offers opportunities for growth and high value, high technology job creation for the UK."
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