The Jakarta Post
Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Mari Elka Pangestu said on Wednesday that Indonesia had a clear blueprint for developing its creative economy, promising that there would be no overlapping authorities.
The blueprint was regulated by Presidential Decree No. 6/2009, Mari said.
“We will create synergy by having strong coordination with other ministries and we will be the coordinator on how to create a creative industry.”
The decree established 14 sub-sectors for the creative economy: arts and antique markets; the performing arts; handicrafts; film, video and photography; fashion; interactive games; advertising; design; software and computers; music; architecture; publishing; television and radio; and research and development.
Tourism-related subsectors would be managed by the Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry, while subsectors in grey areas, such as ...