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Significant cultural entities are facing serious challenges under Mexico’s proposed 2004 budget, the International Network for Cultural Diversity newsletter has reported.
A delegation of artists from Quebec were given red carpet treatment when they arrived for ¡Voilà Québec en México! – a specially organised cultural event framed around the Guadalajara International Book Fair.
According to a United Nations study released earlier this week, about 91 percent of Member States are installing and using Internet services. However, the issue of online government services has raised questions of cost-effectiveness in developed and developing countries.
Earlier this month, 22 cultural delegates from the member countries of the Organization of American States participated in the First Meeting of the Interamerican Culture Commission in Mexico.
Sari Bermudez of the Mexican Cultural Ministry has called on the Mexican Federal Government, District Governments and the Catholic Church to contribute further funds to the restoration of the Metropolitana Cathedral.
A cultural exchange agreement was signed by the Arts and Culture Council of Mexico and the Mexic-Arte museum of Austin, Texas, recently.