Insurance feature - the art and antiques market takes cover
Increased risk around compliance, global trade and even terrorism suggests antiques firms need to insure a wider range of activities. But how can they do so without breaking the bank? The international art market used to be such a simple, straightforward place. You bought and sold at auctions in salerooms, in dealers' galleries and at the occasional fair.
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