Dividends from entrance fees cancelled

THE BRATISLAVA Old Town parliament recently decided to cancel its compulsory fees from the admission revenue of live music events. Up until now, organizers of popular music concerts have had to pay 20 percent of the entrance fee.

THE BRATISLAVA Old Town parliament recently decided to cancel its compulsory fees from the admission revenue of live music events. Up until now, organizers of popular music concerts have had to pay 20 percent of the entrance fee. The new decision takes effect from October 1, 2003, states the TASR news agency.

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