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Barbados Cabinet has approved the Cultural Industries Development, Culture Minister Stephen Lashley said.
The number of Australians in "creative" employment has grown from 463,500 people in 2006 (5.1 per cent of the workforce) to 531,000 people in 2011 (5.3 per cent), newly analysed data from the 2011 census shows.
The European fashion and high-end industries are global leaders accounting for 10% of European exports.
Une quipe d'experts de l'UNESCO compose de Francisco d'Almeida et M. Jordi Balt Portols travaille en collaboration avec l'Agence de Promotion des Entreprises et Industries Culturelles (APEIC), le Ministre de la Jeunesse, des Sports et de la Culture du Niger et les associations bancaires de dfinir un stratgie visant soutenir les entreprises culturelles, y compris des activits de formation au profit des agents de l'tat et les entrepreneurs culturels pour la conception, la gestion et la collecte de fonds.
As part of UNESCOs EU-funded Technical Assistance programme to strengthen the governance of culture in developing countries, two experts Mr Francisco d'Almeida and Mr Jordi Balt Portols are working with the Niger Agency of the Promotion of Cultural Industries and Businesses, the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture of Niger and the Banking Professionals Association to train national ministry employees and cultural entrepreneurs in project design, management and fundraising.
Hong Kong is keen to further promote the development of its creative industries and enhance arts and cultural ties with Korea, the Principal Hong Kong Economic and Trade Representative, Ms Sally Wong, said at the opening ceremony of an exhibition of works by a leading Hong Kong artist, Mr Michael Lau, in Seoul, Korea.