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The New York Times reports today that AMC Theatres, America's second-biggest movie theater chain, may soon be purchased by a Chinese company, the Wanda Group, which, as one of the biggest theater operators in China, is no stranger to the Chinese government's longstanding practice of censoring American movies. So what happens if they come to own such a large part of the American movie market?
The movie industry is booming in China, and this would be the first significant expansion it has made into the States. And while there have been plenty of Chinese companies that have bought big American ones -- Lenovo gobbled up IBM's personal computer business -- this might be the first time a Chinese company became a player in the U.S. entertainment and media sector.
Originally posted by denver22
probably make loads of movies