IFPI, Impala and Vivendi make case for creative industries to EU President-Elect

Murray Stassen

IFPI, Impala, Vivendi and several other organisations have sent an open letter to European Commission President-elect Jean-Claude Juncker.

The letter is a response to a speech made by Juncker to the European parliament, in which he discusses “a new start for Europe.” 

The signatories state that points made in Juncker’s speech relate directly to Europe’s cultural, creative and media industries. 

It calls on Juncker to provide “support for innovation, access to finance, and a level playing field in terms of ...

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