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Alaska's artists could do wonders with a little more support. Anchorage Daily News, 29 Dec 2012

Finally, putting a true value on art. TBO.com, 29 Dec 2012


Turkey lags far behind in spending on culture, arts. Hürriyet Daily News, 27 Dec 2012


Ferrari center breaks ground at cultural site in Shanghai. People Daily, 29 Dec 2012

Xiamen Int'l Art & Finance Trading Centre starts construction. Whatsonxiamen.com, 29 Dec 2012


Film Funding in the MENA Region. Lebanon Daily Star, 29 Dec 2012


Affordable Art Fair to launch in Hong Kong, March 2013. Artdail.com, 28 Dec 2012


Jing Daily 2012 Year In Review: Five Key Luxury & Art Trends. Jing Daily, 27 Dec 2012


Private Businesses Start Investing in Mongolian Arts and Culture. UB Post, 27 Dec 2012


In Need, French Museums Turn to Masses, Chapeaux in Hand. New York Times, 23 Dec 2012


Funding for Film: Malaysian Ministry Denies Giving Preferential Treatment. Bernama.com, 20 Dec 2012


If You're in Art For the Money, You're Probably Missing the Point.Artinfo.com, 20 Dec 2012


Steve Jobs Isn't The Only Kind Of Artist LeaderForbes, 19 Dec 2012


Czech President’s New Film Financing Law Vetoed in Parliament. Hollywood Reporter, 19 Dec 2012


Budget to die for: Qatar launches $1bn Prophet Mohammed film series.RT.com, 19 Dec 2012


A Private Equity Wunderkind's Start-Up Is Infiltrating The NYC Art World. Business Insider, 19 Dec 2012

As the Battle for the Online Art World Sharpens, How the Players Are Adapting. Blouin Art Info, 18 Dec 2012


The American Association of Independent Music Extends U.S. Commerce Dept Funding For Indies To Attend MIDEM 2013. Billboard.biz, 18 Dec 2012

Hunan's strategy for cultural industry bears fruit. China Daily, 18 Dec 2012


2012 in review: Art's year of deep (and shallow) pockets. Los Angeles Times, 15 Dec 2012


Arts council launches local crowdfunding service. IBJ.com, 12 Dec 2012

KPMG: Creative industries key to UK’s long-term competitiveness. Advanced Television, 12 Dec 2012


Cultural Productions to Help Iranians, Pakistanis Find out Realities. Fars News Agency, 12 Dec 2012


2012 Otis Report on Creative Economy of Los Angeles Shows Upswing. Digitaljournal.com, 11 Dec  2012

Cultural heritage to be included in European funding programme. Museums Journal, 11 Dec 2012


Louvre Delays Renovations to Overcrowded Entrance Plaza Due to Arts Funding Cuts. Blouin Art Info, 11 Dec 2012


Economic sanctions are not only shattering the lives of the Iranian people but also strangling Iran’s social and cultural development. Countercurrents.org, 11 Dec 2012


Russian Digital Culture is Warming Up. The Guardian (blog), 11 Dec 2012


Taicang introduces facilities for cultural development. China Daily, 10 Dec 2012


Blake Gopnik: Pop Goes the Art Bubble. Newsweek / The Daily Beast, 10 Dec 2012

Only smarter arts funding can return the glory days to Toronto’s theatres. National Post, 08 Dec 2012


New culture index signals China’s shift in growth model. Gulf News, 07 Dec 2012

Is Unpaid Work Building a Wall Around the Creative Industries?Huffington Post (blog), 06 Dec 2012


Women empowerment: Handmade fabrics, accessories from Bahawalpur exhibited. Express Tribune / International Herald Tribune, 05 Dec 2012


Russian Film Funding System Undergoes Changes. Hollywood Reporter, 05 Dec 2012


U.K. Government Pumps $9.7 Million into Creative Industries Training Fund. Hollywood Reporter, 05 Dec 2012


China's cultural sector sees steady growth in 2011.China Daily, 04 Dec 2012


Gambia:'Gambian Tourism Is Based Heavily On Cultural Heritage Attractions'. AllAfrica.com, 04 Dec 2012


The Korean Culture Industry’s Calls for Budget Increase. Korea IT Times, 03 Dec 2012