Trade in Creative and Cultural Goods and Services in South Africa
In June 2013, a Report entitled “Trade in Creative and Cultural Goods and Services, in the context of EU-South Africa Development of Creative Industries in South Africa” has been published through a EU project run by the British Council along with its partners VANSA, Arterial Network, and EUNIC South Africa under a EuropeAid (European Commission) call.
As it is stated in the Intro of the Report […] “The project began in 2012 with this piece of research and series of case studies which look at current trade in and out of South Africa. The report aims to help the creative and cultural sector of South Africa to better understand how it is engaging, particularly through trade, with the rest of the world,
and to develop strategies to grow this trade and engagement in the future. As with all research it has limitations, but provides a useful snapshot of where the sector is today, alongside recommendations for the future.”
There is a long presentation on data gathering frameworks and very interesting finding on trade of CCI goods and services.
To access the full report, click here.
Posted on January 3, 2014, in Reading and tagged #CulEnt, Arterial Network, British Council, Eu-South Africa Development, EUNIC South Africa, EuropeAid, VANSA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.