February 1

Towards an anti – cultural goods laundering regulation in the European Union

Towards an anti – cultural goods laundering regulation in the European Union

I. Introduction Some countries in Europe have a strong industry devoted to cultural goods. Particularly, United Kingdom attracts a meaningful number of all cultural goods transactions that take place in the world. The art market is a prime example of British achievement in a highly competitive global environment. Britain has 29% of the global art.