A propósito de las exportaciones de obras de arte: Las exportaciones de arte del Reino Unido a países no pertenecientes a la UE aumentaron un 43,3% (£ 0,5bn) entre septiembre y noviembre de 2017

Art exports help to reduce the UK’s trade deficit

ANNA BRADY, The Art Newspaper


UK art exports to non-EU countries rose by 43.3% (£0.5bn) in the three months to November 2017 according to the ONSpxhere

Art exports to non-EU countries contributed to a £2.1bn reduction in the UK’s trade deficit in the three months to November 2017, according to a report released 10 January by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).

The UK’s total trade deficit now stands at £6.2bn, or £6.1bn when erratic commodities (such as oil, ships, aircraft, precious stones, silver and non-monetary gold) are excluded.

Exported works of art were among the UK’s main commodity contributors, rising by 43.3% (£0.5bn). Car exports, by comparison the second largest category, increased by 3.8% (£0.3bn).

Overall, the 5.3% (£2.3bn) rise in exports to non-EU countries was the main reason for the deficit reduction. Shipments of works of art, particularly paintings and sculptures, to non-EU countries rose by 45.6% (£0.5bn), the largest contributor among the UK’s miscellaneous manufactures.

The three-month period covered by the report includes London’s major contemporary art auction series and Frieze fairs in October, a high point of the UK’s art calendar.

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