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Building Trade Fair kicks off today

12. April 2011. | 14:08

Source: Tanjug

The fair, which will last until April 16, will gather more than 900 exhibitors, 300 of which will be from 29 countries from Europe, Asia and America.

Serbian Minister of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulic will open Tuesday the 37th International Building Trade Fair, the ministry released.

This year's Building Trade Fair will be held under the slogan 'Pushing the limits', and its programme will encompass presentations of the new technologies in this domain.

The fair, which will last until April 16, will gather more than 900 exhibitors, 300 of which will be from 29 countries from Europe, Asia and America, the announcement reads.

The forthcoming fair is the greatest manifestation of this kind in the region of South-Eastern Europe, and its organizers expect around 50,000 visitors.

An individual admission ticket will cost RSD 500 (EUR 1= RSD 101)


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