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Spanish tax cut to boost art trade

03 February 2014Written by ATG Reporter

The Spanish government have cut the tax on sales of works of art by more than half from 21% to 10% as a means of boosting trade.

"It is a measure to support creators of works including paintings, sculptures, art galleries, art dealers, antique dealers and the world of plastic arts in general," Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria said.

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