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Dubai: Building a bridge between Eastern and Western art markets, Financial Times, 29 June 2012


Spanish culture industry becomes bank collapse casualty, The Guardian, 29 June 2012


Angel Investment Network to help UK’s creative start-ups to spread wings, The Telegraph, 29 June 2012


Creative Industries contribute billions to the Scottish economy, The Edinburgh Reporter, 29 June 2012


Sri-Lankan Ministry provides interest-free loans for artistes, Daily News, 24 June 2012


Gugenheim Museum Bilbao: A Cultural Investment That Paid Off, Pacific Standard, 27 June 2012


China's investments in cultural industry increase steadily, China Daily, 27 June 2012


Taiwan set to launch national cultural forums, Focus Taiwan, 27 June 2012


Santa Fe hosts world’s largest folk art market, San Francisco Chronicle, 26 June 2012


United Nations Industrial Development Organization organizes expo to promote women in the creative industry of Pakistan, Daily Times Pakistan, 24 June 2012

The Chinese Art Bubble is Bursting, Business Insider, 23 June 2012



Denmark’s Creative Industries an Export Success. Copenhagen Capacity,15 June 2012
The art market: And so to Basel ..., Financial Times, 15 June 2012 


Will the Art Market Crash?, ArtNet, 12 June 2012

Aboriginal art regains confidence of market. The Australian, 09 June 2012

China's online cultural market expands, China Daily, 08 June 2012

Copyright worth £3bn to UK’s GDP. Computer Business Review, 08 June 2012

Cuts bring curtain down on UK arts bodies. Financial Times, 08 June 2012

Dealer Uses Internet to Liberate Art from the Elite. Der Spiegel online, 07 June 2012

Protecting funding for Malta film industry. It is currently estimated that EU member states provide €3 billion per year in film support: €2 billion in grants and soft loans and €1 billion in tax incentives. DI-VE, 06 June 2012 

Jamaica Plans Boost for Creative Sector, Caribbean Journal, 05 June 2012

The art market: Cool winds blowing. Financial Times, 02 June 2012