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Investing in a fund that will to a collection of museum-quality modern and contemporary art

Thursday, April 23, 2009
Art is an irreplaceable real asset - it traditionally provides protection against inflation.

A SQUARE :: 23Apr09 Investing in a fund that will to a collection of museum-quality modern and contemporary art
Category Art
Faculty Angus Murray
Expertise Art
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Increasing urbanisation around the world has led to a boom in museum construction globally - many of these museums are expected to put together a world-class collection of art, providing demand to push up prices
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