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On 5 - 7 November 2012, the first Creative Economy Forum (CEF) was held in Belgrade, Serbia. The Forum was designed to instigate discussion between the private and public sectors regarding the development of Serbia's creative industries.
Tourism minister Dan Mwazo has announced that Kenya will launch a campaign to sell Kenya's cultural tourism abroad. He said Kenya has diverse cultures which when properly marketed, can earn the country a lot of revenue.
China is not squeamish about putting a price and index on its culture. In a quirky development last month, China launched its first cultural industry index at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
A new 6 million investment, announced today, will help the UKs creative industries contribute to economic growth by ensuring they have the skilled workforce they need to compete in a fast-moving world market.
The cascading effects of Korean cultures global expansion on the Korean economy and national integrity have considerably escalated.
A strong digital infrastructure would support EUs cultural and creative sector said Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda.