Global wrap-up

Lofthus, Kai; McClure, Steve; Spahr, Wolfgang; Bouton, Remi; Tilli, Robbert; Duffy, Thom; Eliezer, Christie
January 1999
Billboard;01/23/99, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p58
Trade Publication
Discusses the upcoming representation by music industries of seven international cities at the 1999 MIDEM Conference in Cannes, France. Delegates from Stockholm, Sweden; The booth of Tokyo, Japan; Companies and societies from Hamburg, Germany; Record labels from Paris, France; Regular attendants from Amsterdam, Holland; Record labels from Melbourne, Australia; Companies from Geneva, Switzerland.


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