DTI gives exports _GCP_18.5m booster

Goddard, Charlotte
November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p12
Talks about the Support for Exhibitions and Services Abroad program launched by Great Britain's Department of Trade and Industry. Amount to be received by exhibitors at overseas events; Information on the previous trade fair support and overseas seminar support schemes; Comments from Minister for Trade Brian Wilson.


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