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Swiss Group Plans $100 Million Art Vault for Beijing
. Bloomberg, 31 July 2012


Cameron urges overseas investors to back UK arts. BBC News, 30 July 2012 


Algerian Cultural Entrepreneurs Visit the United States To Discuss Economic Growth Through the Creative Industries. US Department of State, 27 July 2012


Invest Hong Kong aspires toward global expansion of creative industries. The China Post, 27 July 2012


Beijing Plans Freeport To Challenge Hong Kong As Asian Art Hub. Jing Daily, 27 July 2012


Taiwan’s Government urged to diversify performing arts funds. Taipei Times, 25 July 2012


Surprise! After Cuts, States Use The Arts To Boost The US Economy. Forbes, 25 July 2012


Singapore Workforce Development Agency launches virtual world to upgrade skills of creative professionals. Asia One, 26 July 2012


No bailout coming for European culture. The Washington Post, 25 July 2012


The Fine Art World a Long Way From Collapse. Investor’s Place, 23 July 2012


The Artist as Philanthropist:The Emerging Field of Artist-Endowed Foundations. PRWeb, 23 July 2012


Italian Culture Ministry Attempts Legal "Coup" to Halt a Museum's Anti-Austerity Art Burning. Blouin ArtInfo, 23 July 2012


Why is liberalized India smuggling its artistic heritage abroad? The Hindu, 22 July 2012


India: Training pivotal for arts and science students to make them industry-ready. The Hindu, 21 July 2012


Monaco: Cultural scene: Imaginative approach to finding funds for the arts and culture. Financial Times, 20 July 2012


Why Won't Fine Art Market Collapse? The Market Oracle, 20 July 2012


Taiwan's government lists cultural and creative industries as an important means of boosting the economy. China Post, 20 July 2012


Italy's culture worth 76 billion euros each year. Ansamed, 20 July 2012


UK: ‘Local funding for arts to be cut by 90% by 2020’ – report. The Stage, 19 July 2012


UK: A new £2 million research council programme that aims to identify the non-economic benefits of culture could help to protect government funding for it in the future. Times Higher Education, 19 July 2012


Austerity in Europe: The Impact on Art and Culture in the EU. PeterGreenberg.com, 18 July 2012

What to know before you invest in the art market.The Atlantic, 18 July 2012


Christie's CEO confident about Chinese market. China Daily, 18 July 2012


Analysis: Latin Culture as a major U.S. Economic Growth Driver. Portada, 18 July 2012


Chinese art funds on a risky road to maturityThe Art Newspaper, 18 July 2012


NEA chief Landesman and others champion Cultural Plan. Chicago Tribune, 18 July 2012


Art sales are a study in contrast. (video), Wall Street Journal, 17 July 2012


Europe grapples with deep culture cuts. The Globe and Mail, 17 July 2012


Visual Art -Nigeria's Untapped Goldmine. AllAfrica.com, 17 July 2012

Korea: Corporate donations to arts drops in 2011. The Korea Herald, 17 July 2012

Australia: Donors to arts increase support. Canberra Times, 17 July 2012


Hollande veut "démocratiser" la culture malgré les "difficultés" budgétaires. Le nouvel observateur politique, 16 July 2012


Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder, honored for arts philanthropy. Los Angeles Times, 16 July 2012


Why art is a good public sector investment. Jamaica Observer, 15 July 2012


Philippines’  Trade Department seeks investments in creative industries. Business World Online, 13 July 2012


China encourages private investment in animation. China Daily, 13 July 2012


Music As A Remedy For Parkinson's Gets Funding From Harvard University And Activist Jeffrey Epstein. World News Report, 13 July 2012


Detroit Institute of Arts, seeking financial stability, asks for tax to support operations. The Republican, 13 July 2012


Platform for emerging artists to sell art directly to buyers.  Times of India, 12 July 2012


Lloyd-Webber: Creative industries are being strangled by 'Austerity Britain' cuts. The Guardian, 10 July 2012


Chinese Culture Industrial Investment Fund, the only one leadand sponsored by Chinese Central government, to invest more than 1 billion in culture industry within next 6 months. Morning Whistle, 09 July 2012


Tibet launches $4.7b culture and tourism park construction. China Daily, 09 July 2012


How Munch is Too Munch? The 10 Most Expensive Lots From the Recent Spring Auctions. Blouin ArtInfo, 09 July 2012


Eighteen museum, art and heritage sites in UK have been awarded Catalyst: Endowments funding to attract money from private philanthropic sources. M&H online, 09 Jul 2012


Investing in Pacific Cultures 2010-2020: Pacific Ministers Back Regional Cultural Strategy. Solomon Times Online, 09 July 2012


Software maker Adobe is looking to expand into China. China Daily, 09 July 2012


How Kickstarter might shake up the gaming world. Tek Goblin, 07 July 2012


In a slowing economy, masterpieces flourish. Business Line, 07 July 2012


China's cultural relics watchdog regulates auctions. Global Times / Xinhua, 06 July 2012


Art market "miracle" masks a more mixed picture. Reuters, 06 July 2012


Art Price Surpasses Itself in Its Goal to Standardize the Art Market. Market Watch, 06 July 2012


Creative Giving: New Zealand’s call for arts and culture philanthropy. The Dominion Post, 05 July 2012


Are There TOO Many Cultural Centers in the US? Huffington Post, 05 July 2012


Huge China art gift boosts Hong Kong culture district. The Sun Daily, 05 July 2012


France: New forms of cultural patronage—ADMICAL conference. Art Media Agency, 05 July 2012


Can South Africa’s film industry survive without state support? Financial Mail, 04 July 2012


$48 million for Australian Indigenous arts, culture and languages. Invest in Australia, 04 July 2012


Macau’s Fund for Cultural Industries to be up and running by year-end. 04 July 2012


New Zealand: Initiative toboost arts philanthropy welcomed. Scoop Independent News, 04 July 2012


An increasing number of artists are becoming philanthropists. The Art Newspaper, 04 July 2012


Europe turns to corporate sponsors to preserve cultural treasures amid financial crisis. Washington Post / Bloomberg, 03 July 2012


UK Culture Secretary unveils new mobile arts philanthropy platform. The Stage, 03 July 2012


Spain’s culture industry badly hit. Dawn.com, 02 July 2012


China's leisure industry attracts huge investments in 2011. People’s Daily Online, 02 July 2012


India: Art in times of recession. The Asian Age, 02 July 2012