IFRA2000 venue and date changed

May 1999
Editor & Publisher;05/29/99, Vol. 132 Issue 22, p46
Trade Publication
Reports that the site for the newspaper industry's IFRA2000 exhibition has been changed from Stockholm, Sweden to Amsterdam, Netherlands and the trade show rescheduled for October 9-12, 2000.


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