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Jakarta Post

New agenda calls for stronger commitment

  • Ni Komang Erviani

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Fri, November 9 2018   /  02:38 am

The first World Conference on Creative Economy (WCCE) concluded on Thursday with a call to promote stronger international political commitments to addressing the challenges and seizing the opportunities of the creative economy.The conference, attended by some 2,500 delegates from 30 countries, agreed on the Bali Agenda for Creative Economy to develop the creative economy to enable global economic growth as well as social and cultural development against the backdrop of the fourth industrial revolution.Through the agenda, delegates agreed to promote the involvement of relevant international organizations to address the challenges the creative economy industry faces, and support and develop an enabling and facilitating environment to accommodate the growing international markets and local players in the creative sectors.They also conveyed their commitment to strengthening the role of vario...