Hong Kong to get funding

June 1999
Marketing Event;Jun99, p15
Reports that the Hong Kong, China exhibition sector has received a grant from its government to fund training and education for exhibitions industry professionals in summer 1999. Amount of the grant; Comments from John Fortune, executive director of the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Organisers' and Suppliers' Association, on the role of the industry in the country.


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