Creative economy immune to politics

Thailand's efforts to build a creative economy will continue no matter who forms the government after the July election, say officials in charge of the programme.

Strategic plans for the creative economy are now on the national agenda contained in the 11th National Economic and Social Development (NESDB) plan and will be financed from the central budget, said Pajchima Tanasanti, director-general of the Intellectual Property Department.


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