International trade exhibitions

August 1995
Business America;Aug95, Vol. 116 Issue 8, p33
Trade Publication
Lists the US Commerce Department's sponsored, approved and certified trade promotion events in the international market. Includes U.S. Pavilion at International Funkausstellung Berlin '95; U.S. Pavilion at Offshore Europe in Aberdeen, Scotland; U.S. Pavilion at Expoagro '95 in Santiago, Chile.


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