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Ted Scanlon

This article is almost as well researched and written as it is slanted. In his zeal to discredit the film incentive program, Mr. Simonich completely missed the big picture. Most productions cost well in excess of the amounts supplied by the state which means money is brought into and spent in New Mexico from elsewhere (usually California). The big thing, though, is virtually all of the money stays right here in New Mexico and is spent with local people and businesses on things like payrolls, equipment rentals and purchases, hotels, restaurants, catering, vehicle rentals, fuel, construction supplies... the list goes on and on. The benefits to New Mexico and New Mexicans go far beyond the idea that the SIC didn't make bank-rate interest on their loans.

truck factoring

The advantages go far beyond the concept that the SIC didn't create bank-rate attention on their loans.

Jari Virrankoski

I've seen the importance of those loans here, in Finland.

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Milan Simonich writes about New Mexico politics and government from the Santa Fe Bureau for the Texas-New Mexico Newspapers Partnership.

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