TFI Issue 5/2016

Trade Fairs International Issue 5/2016
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  • International exhibition centres: Pioneers of energy management
  • International exhibition centres: The exhibit in its environment
  • International exhibition centres: Salzburg revamps oldest hall
  • International exhibition centres: "Insieme" in fruit and vegetables
  • UFI in Shanghai: More growth, more security
  • UFI in Shanghai: From scratch to an international brand
  • IELA in Dublin: Sharing knowledge and contacts


  • Russia: Seven-point plan for BRICS countries
  • Russia: Ambitious targets by 2020
  • Russia: Twentieth edition of Interplastica
  • Turkey: Carrying on despite the turbulence
  • India: The climate is exhibition friendly
  • India: 2017 could be a record year
  • Thailand: Extra connectivity
  • Thailand: Economic factor and jobs generator
  • Malaysia: Moving and shaking
  • Indonesia: Trade lends wings to logistics
  • Singapore: Advantage: high-tech events
  • Hong Kong: Create a high-quality programme
  • Hong Kong: Islanders ready for action
  • China: Mould manufacturing goes modern
  • China: "The pressure has only made us stronger"
  • Korea: Good occupancy with further potential
  • Japan: Half a century of trade fairs



  • IELA News
  • IFES News
  • Service-Partner
  • Backstage
  • Imprint


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