SCOTLAND'S arts and creative industries are worth £3.2 billion to the country's economy, a new study has found.
The report, for Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise, also says between 84,000 and 130,000 people work in the cultural sphere north of the Border.
The report shows the arts and creative industries are of greater value to Scotland's economy than life sciences, worth £3.1bn, and not far behind tourism, on £4bn. However, its contribution to the total is less than half that of financial services, which is worth £7bn.
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