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TFI Issue 5/2014

Focus

International

  • Russia: Exhibitions build bridges
  • Russia: A huge "E" - for ExpoForum
  • Abu Dhabi: Clear vision for 2030
  • Thailand: Reviving the positive image
  • Singapore: Travel-relevant target group
  • Singapore: "An important training event"
  • Indonesia: Hanover gets involved in Jakarta
  • Hong Kong: Objects of beauty and business
  • Hong Kong: Quite a challenge
  • Hong Kong: Smaller quantities, less risk
  • Macao: Reconciling economics and ecology
  • China / Worldwide: "Anywhere in the world"
  • China: SNIEC not moving
  • India: International standards established
  • Korea: Trade fairs play greater role
  • Korea: Forecasts confirm the trend
  • Japan: Trade fairs in Olympics' slipstream
  • Turkey: By land, by water, and in the air
  • Turkey: All-round boost

Practice

Column

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  • Backstage
  • Imprint
 
 
 

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