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Close growing ‘value gap’ by eliminating safe harbour: Music Canada

Briefs | 06/26/2019 6:34 pm EDT

Music Canada, the trade organization which represents the Canadian divisions of some of the world’s largest record labels, has declared that the gap between what artists create and what they are paid for it — what they call the value gap — has reached “staggering” proportions.

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