Bare concrete policies for creative sector, Duterte asked

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7/24/2021 10:00:00 PM

Bare concrete policies for creative sector, Duterte asked

The Nation's Leading Newspaper

President Duterte (Malacañang photo)Pangasinan 4th District Representative Christopher de Venecia, chairperson of the House Committee on Creative Industry and Performing Arts, on Saturday, July 24, said strategic to the fulfillment of the administration’s 10-point socio-economic agenda is the passage of the Philippine Creative Industries Development Bill (HB 8101) and the Freelancers Protection Bill (HB 8817).

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He said the two measure will develop and accelerate the 7.34-percent gross domestic product (GDP) contributing sector to the Philippine economy,, and would would enable the Philippines to be as competitive as South Korea.Creative sector growth would also ensure the welfare of more than 4 million creative freelancers in the Philippines, he explained.

De Venecia said the Lower House would act swiftly as soon as the Senate approves the two bills so they could be sent to President Duterte for his signature. ‘’2021 is the United Nations Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development,’’ he emphasized. headtopics.com

‘’2030 is the year that both the Creative Economy Council of the Philippines and DTI set for the Philippines to be the number 1 creative economy in the whole of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN),’’ he added. Read more: Manila Bulletin News »

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