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trade fair

an organized gathering of firms from different industries for the display and promotion of their goods and services to prospective customers. See TRADE SHOW, PROMOTIONAL MIX.
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The EU Council adopted without debate, on 31 March, the decisions giving the European Commission a mandate to approve, on behalf of the European Union, the extension of the Grains Trade Convention and the International Sugar Agreement, to which the EU is a party.
THERE'S just 80 minutes to go before the big speech at the trade convention, and businessman Robert is wondering why on Earth he asked terminally nervous Daniel to deliver it.
Ltd, a leading Swiss private bank and its investment banking associate Alpen Capital (ME) Limited on 18 March, 2010 at an awards ceremony held at the Dubai World Trade Convention and Exhibition centre.
<![CDATA[ Israel National News visits Israel Gateway 2009 the 7th Foreign Trade Convention in Israel which focuses this year on the field of urban security]]>
Four major components of an international treaty are required for an effective and comprehensive arms trade convention: 1) scope, 2) parameters, 3) participation, and 4) implementation structure.
The hotel is 32 km away from Dubai International Airport and 15 km from the Dubai Trade Convention & Exhibition Centre.
You've had a successful week at a trade convention. You've collected dozens of business cards and connected with other professionals with whom you're sure to build strategic partnerships.
At Jornadas, the trade convention for Argentina and Latin America's Cable TV industry held in Buenos Aires last month, cablers vehemently defended their right to "live long and prosper." The event, which was organized by the ATVC (Asociacion Argentina de Television Por Cable) and CADiSSa (The Argentine Chamber of Satellite Signal Distributors), attracted 3,297 participants.
He rang the hotel they were staying in for a trade convention only to discover there was no room booked in his wife's name, only Joe's.
The 25-year-old Lame preferential trade convention has been signed into extinction and replaced with the Cotonou Agreement which will now be the lynchpin of a first phase 13.5bn Euro, five-year trade deal between the European Union and its African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) partners.
When an unknown, self-published novelist in his 20s wanted to sell his work and get a little name recognition, he set up shop at a black trade convention six years ago in his hometown of Philadelphia with 600 books.
According to the lawsuit, Flooring America also accuses Alan Greenberg, the co-chairman and co-chief executive of Carpet One, with making defamatory statements directed at Bart Levich, a senior executive of Flooring America, at a trade convention in Las Vegas in January.