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Arts and antiques on show for first time

The China International Import Expo in November will include an exhibition area especially for arts and antiques for the first time.

A total of 33 exhibitors have signed contracts covering 1,530 square meters. Each exhibitor can enjoy tax incentives for up to five pieces, exempt from tariffs, import VAT and consumption tax.

“The policy aims to encourage the return of cultural relics and promote the development of the cultural relics and art market,” said Jiang Mingwei, general manager of the Shanghai FTZ International Culture and Development Co.


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