GMA signs deal for Asia shows

November 2000
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2000, p15
Reports that exhibition organizer Global Media Associates (GMA) has signed an agreement with the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) to launch business-to-business exhibitions in Asia. Reasons behind the decision of GMA to partner with PSA; Expo center being managed by PSA.


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