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Creative Thailand: A Creative Campaign to Boost the Thai Economy

Issued: October 01 2009

On August 31, the Thai government kicked off its Creative Thailand program, designed to promote Thailand as a hub for creative industries in Southeast Asia and to boost economic contribution by national creative industries. If it succeeds, Thailand’s economy could undergo transformation from an export-led economy to a creative economy.

 

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