How can developing countries promote their culture to help pump up their economy?
Reinvent culture, package it to generate revenue to pump up the economy by allowing culture to create products--tourism, technology, media, and art that could influence the world. - "Seoul's got Soul", National Geographic [in a Nutshell].
@Kadi2428: but how specifically? culture in itself by default IS useful, less it won't be part of a system/way of life.
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