German help for Asian fair

November 1998
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec98, p12
Reports that small and medium-sized firms from developing countries are to get aid from the German government for the Asian International Gift, Handicraft and Stationery Fair. Features at the Singapore Exhibition Services trade show; Materials that exhibitors must use; Countries that will be represented.


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