9 February 2014 8:23 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Film Bureau in Beijing looks set to raise the quota of foreign movies allowed into China by 10 movies to 44 films, a sign of growing openness in the world's second-biggest box-office market. "We are examining raising the quota of foreign movies right now, probably by around 10 films. It's being discussed but we haven't made a decision yet," a source tells THR. Photos: China Box Office 2013: The Top 10 Movies Raising the quota could do much to improve relations between Hollywood and China, which have been tense in the past few months over difficulties

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