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There has been much talk over the last two decades about creative industries and the rise of a creative economy. The term ‘creative industries’ had its origins in the UK with Tony Blair’s New Labour governments of the late 1990s and 2000s, but it has since been taken up in Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand and, most recently, Africa.


The creative industries have become a key part of the economic development of many nations, with a particularly lively debate in the developing world taking place now, writes TERRY FLE

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 42, Issue 1
Issue Date:
April 2014
Content: innovation, regulation and markets

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