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Jackie Chan: Hollywood competition means better China films

BEIJING (AP) - Jackie Chan says letting more Hollywood movies into the Chinese market would pressure Chinese filmmakers to make better films.

China sets a quota on the number of foreign movies allowed to be shown in the country, trying to fend off a cinematic wave that could swamp local filmmakers and loosen the ruling Communist Party's grip on culture.

However, competition can be good, Chan said.

"It is this pressure that makes our filmmakers work harder and shoot better films

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