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As technological change drives globalisation..
As post-industrial ways of living spread..
As the balance of power shifts towards developing countries..
Creativity emerges as a key factor in development..
Cultural trade grows rapidly..
Creating stark new challenges for business and the arts.

Slow food in a Corsican hill village. Rural gastronomy has become part of the core tourism offer in Mediterranean countries. But too much attention from outsiders can sound the death knell for cultural traditions.

The French gastronomic meal, beginning with an apĂ©ritif, including at least four courses, and ending with a liqueur, was recognised by UNESCO in 2010 as part of the world’s threatened intangible cultural heritage.

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