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(GIS) — The government of Saint Lucia has placed culture and creative industries as one of the top ten priorities for development.
The new term being used to define culture and creative industries is the orange economy.
Minister responsible for Culture and Creative Industries, Senator Fortuna Belrose, believes that the creative industry can be maximized for economic growth, and is cognizant of the role that the services sector plays within the creative industries.
She said the government has begun to put the legal framework in place to grow the new orange economy.
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