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       India’s Super Rich Help Fuel Art Market. New York Times, 31 May 2012


Brazil art scene booms, reflecting strong economy. AFP, 31 May 2012


Barbados Looks to Creative Sector. Caribbean Journal 31 May 2012


Portugal's Arts Scene Struggles to Keep the Lights OnSpiegel Online, 31 May 2012


Investor interest strong in Beijing's cultural base. China Daily, 31 May 2012


How the Art Market Thrives on Inequality. New York Times, 30 May 2012


Philanthropist Couple Donate Art Collection, Including David Hockney And Lucian Freud Paintings, To Tate. Huffington Post UK, 29 May 2012


Live chat roundup: what is culture's value for our corporate sponsors? The Guardian, 29 May 2012


Arts Council of England loan scheme for London creatives. The Bookseller, 29 May 2012


Art Market Bright Despite Global Gloom, Christie's Says. Wall Street Journal, 28 May 2012


EU Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou at Cannes: ‘Creative Europe’ Creates Jobs Through Film.  Greek Reporter, 28 May 2012

ASEAN, China, Japan, South Korea culture ministers meet to promote arts and culture, preserve cultural heritage and develop arts and cultural industries in the region. People Daily, 24 May 2012

Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Development, charged with promoting Taiwan’s cultural andcreative industry, was inaugurated by Minister of Culture. Taiwan Today, 23 May 2012

How can cultural industries achieve sustainable development? People Daily, 22 May 2012


How to finance a cultural utopia. The Australian, 22 May 2012


Digital Domain Announces Abu Dhabi Expansion, Receives $100M Grant for Animation Studio and Educational Institute. Market Watch, 21 May 2012


Is India ready for an art revolution? The Hindu – Business Line, 21 May 2012


The Curious Case of the Latin American Art Market: Low Volatility, Undervalued Stars, and Tenacious Collectors. Bouin ArtInfo, 21 May 2012


Turkey gets tough with foreign museums and launches a new culture war. The Economist, 19 May 2012


ASEAN forum sets sights on regional weaving traditions and industries. Philippine Daily Inquirer, 21 May 2012


Australia Council: Encouraging Excellence. 19 May 2012


Nigerian Minister seeks better funding for the arts. Daily Times Nigeria, 19 May 2012


Arts Philanthropy at Rolex: Margaret Atwood mentors British novelist Naomi Alderman.  Toronto.com, 19 May 2012

Less can be more for start-up funds. Financial Times, 18 May 2012

Creative bodies to work towards single standard mechanism for copyright licensing. Out-Law.com, 18 May 2012


China's best-known cultural industries fair booms. People’s Daily (English), 18 May 2012


Artists are struggling to make ends meet more than ever before. Are the demands of a portfolio career preventing artists filling their real portfolio?The Guardian, 16 May 2012

Is the Graphic Design Industry Losing Value? San Francisco Chronicle, 15 May 2012


Hong Kong’s SCED promotes exchanges ontrade and creative industries in Japan.  7th Space Interactive, 15 May 2012


Japanese Ministry promotes art, food, fashion abroad to cash in on 'soft power' - Exporting culture via 'Cool Japan'. Japan Times, 15 May 2012


How much money fort he arts? (in German) Wie viel Geld braucht die Kunst? Eine Diskussion im Radialsystem. Der Tagesspiegel, 13 May 2012


Move to privatize Turkish theatres  enrages artists. Daily Star Lebanon, 11 May 2012


Art Market’s Disconnect from Broader Economy. New York Times, 11 May 2012


Vietnam’s coal art at risk due to lack of funding. Vietnam News, 11 May 2012


The Art Market in Better Shape Than Ever? AMA, 10 May 2012


Ambitious plans to create the EU's largest ever cultural funding programme are a step closer to reality. EUObserver.com, 10 May 2012


Asia’s superrich want to build their own art museums. The Vancouver Sun, 10 May 2012

Technology and the Region’s Diverse Cultures To Drive East Asia’s Next Digital Revolution. Asian Scientist, 09 May 2012

First fair in the world dedicated to cultural tourism. Global Travel and Industry News, 08 May 2012

Australia’s galleries and museums get funding boost. The Australian, 08 May 2012

EU Commission to finance cultural preservation in Cyprus. New Europe, 08 May 2012

Hong Kong's development as a vibrant cultural centre. South China Morning Post, 07 May 2012

Cultural Village ‘Katara’ and Commercial Bank of Qatar form partnership to invest in the growth of the cultural scene in Qatar. Ameinfo.com, 06 May 2012

Nigeria: South-South Summit Stirs Tourism and Creative Industry Potential. AllAfrica.com, 06 May 2012

China’s cartoon industry moving forward. China Daily, 05 May 2012

Foreign publishers plug into China. China Daily US, 04 May 2012

South Africa: Arts and Culture Projects, Strategy to Create Thousands of Jobs. AllAfrica.com, 04 May 2012

South African Minister of Arts and Culture meet with business leaders to discuss government arts and culture projects and identify areas where business can invest. The New Age, 04 May 2012

Global Heritage Fund Releases New Report That Also Documents Threats toDeveloping World's $100 Billion Economic Growth Opportunity. Market Watch, 03 May 2012

MEPs call for more details on new EU culture programmeThe creative sector is a key part of Europe's economy and accounts for 4.5% of the EU's GDP and 3.8% of employment. European Parliament News, 02 May 2012

David Hockney art gifts win him top rank in British philanthropyLos Angeles Times, 01 May 2012

Debate on How to Fund the Arts in America.The New York Times, 01 May 2012


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Committee Recommends Study On Culture Contributions to Economy of ECOWAS Region. AllAfrica.com, 01 May 2012