Indo-British fair for Queen's visit

Mistry, Bhavna
June 1997
Marketing Event;Jun97, p12
Focuses on the Indo-British Partnership: Towards 2000, a trade exhibition in New Delhi, India designed to coincide with British Queen Elizabeth II's visit to India in October 1997. Showcase for Indo-British trade and investment; Design and project management work by Fitch.


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