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The cultural and creative industries have the potential to significantly contribute towards Maltas future economic growth while at the same time offering the Maltese economy an avenue to diversify.
"Developing Partnerships in Creative Industries of Northern Dimension" presents current trends in creative industries development in Northwest Russia and Nordic countries. The booklet includes articles written by experts and CI operators.
In economic development, there are three stages of growths: resource-driven growth, efficiency-driven growth and innovation-driven growth.
Almost a year ago, when the People's National Party came into power, the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment took on a new board, not much has been heard from it since. That isn't to say nothing has been happening. In an interview with Kingsley Cooper, chairman of the Entertainment Advisory Board, he explained that the wheels have been turning hard.
In his review of the activities in the Culture and Tourism sector in 2012 published in The Guardian recently, Hassan Momoh dismisses the hue and cry of administrators of lack of funding as reason for poor performance in a year he believes the Ministry was at its lowest ebb, hinging it instead on lack of effective leadership, supervision and monitoring of the Culture and Tourism agencies to ensure that they are well managed.
Minister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, says while work is still ongoing regarding the development of the Creative and Cultural Industries Policy, it is far advanced.