THE Philippines has the potential to become the top creative economy in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) by 2030.

Rep. Christopher de Venecia, chairman of the House Committee on Creative Industry and Performing Arts, made the bold prediction during The Manila Times Creative Industries Forum on Thursday.

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