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May 22nd, 2013, 15:10
Originally Posted by Capt. Huggy Face View Post
Than answer to this easy: Yes, because it's so wildly speculative. Video games are a hugely risky venture, and the state officials who approved that loan should be ashamed of themselves for their foolish and irresponsible hamdling of the taxpayers' money. Government needs to be a better steward of the people's money than this.
All business investment is inherently risky, I don't think the video game sector is especially worse than some others, whether that's banks or start-up companies. If you are elected to bring in work and encourage businesses then one of the ways you can do that is by making loans, and in the UK at least the video game sector is considered a good asset to support as we generate a lot of employment and exports through it.
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