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Such a resolution is needed due to the growing number of establishments organising trade fairs and exhibitions in the emirate, the DED statement noted.
"There will be a high-quality programme alongside the trade fairs too, with seminars, international congresses and lecture series," he mentioned.
The trade visitors can inform themselves about the visions and new solutions for the next 50 years on all days of the trade fair and also engage in an active exchange with industry pioneers, experts and start-ups.
Behm noted that the Frankfurt Trade Fair seeks to get all the needed information in order to prepare the required studies for establishing this exhibition.
Khursheed Nizam said that the 21st Textile Asia is the UFI (Paris) approved Textile trade fair in South Asia.
In 2018, the value of trade between China and BiH increased by 38 percent compared to the year before, the Chinese ambassador said, adding that the participation of Chinese businesses at the 22nd International Trade Fair in Mostar will stimulate further growth in trade and the development of friendly relations between the two countries.
City Mayor Mauricio Domogan, Congressman Mark Go and city councilors led the ribbon cutting to formally open the trade fair.
Renowned for its large participation by both jewellers and consumers, the trade fair is being jointly organised by Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre and Vega Intertrade and Exhibition.
On 5-8 February 2019, the trade fair "Z and Intec" - the flagship of Saxony's industry trade fairs - will take place in Leipzig, Germany.
The trade fair is aimed at providing a platform to the business and skilled women entrepreneurs of the province and elsewhere from the country to showcase their products and encourage them to market them in the best possible way.
'The trade fair provides a unique opportunity for direct personal contact critical for building confidence and closing a deal,' added.
African Indaba is the largest tourism trade fair in the region held annually in South Africa