Saturday, September 22, 2018
 

China to Crack Down on Fakes


As reported by Legal Daily, the publication of Committee of China’s Political and Legislative Affairs, Beijing will crack down on what it calls the “three fakes” in the current art market: fake works, fake sales, and fake auctions, which have damaged investor value as well as Chinese art’s reputation on the international market.

Via The Art Newspaper.

 

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