Southern European cinema markets are recovering from their post-financial crisis freefall. In Spain the effect of a ticket price cut has been particularly marked, raising hopes of a sustained recovery. With considerable corporate activity having taken place in all three markets, including the entry of a number of new players who can be expected to continue the process of consolidation, efficiency gains may also help lead the industry to greater profitability. This report analyses the current position and offers forecasts for the next five years.
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