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Culture ministers take first steps to combat America’s dominance of global culture

News | 10/13/2000 4:00 am EDT

An international network of culture, including Heritage minister Sheila Copps, has agreed to establish a working group to examine the new challenges facing broadcasters in a global market. The initiative got the stamp of approval from 23 countries, including Canada, France and Russia, at the International Network on Cultural Policy meeting in Santorini, Greece at the end of September. The working group, to operate under the umbrella of the network which was initiated by Copps, will be chaired by Italy.

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