The Chinese art market’s prices dropped because of the 2008 recession. This article discusses the ramifications of Chinese contemporary art’s decreasing value: namely, better quality, more counterfeits, and fewer speculators in the market.
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English

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art market

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13 Jun 2008

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South China Morning Post, 13 Jun 2008, Section Life, p. 1

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1

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