Database on creative products launched by UNCTAD PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 21 August 2008 10:53

A new public database in creative products such as music, audiovisuals, newspapers and electronic publishing has been launched by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Currently, the site shows global trade flows for 1996-2006. Selected products are listed along with the major exporters and importers in major markets for such creative products as art and crafts, music CDs and video and films. Statistics on some 235 products can also be found at UNCTAD says that traditional statistical methods are being updated to reflect accurately the rapidly growing international exchange of digitalized products such as music, films, videos, advertising, news, and all creative content that travel via the Internet and mobile phones.


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