German Parliament Throwing Roadblock in Art Trafficking
By admin on Jul 10, 2016 | In Visual Arts
The upper house of Germany's Parliament passed a law aimed at stopping the illegal importation and exportation of art and antiquities. Although the objective is to thwart those who loot antiquities and traffic in them, many reputable German dealers and collectors say this law could have severe ramifications for honest people.
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