Despite the airline strike and the tense economic climate especially in southern Europe 18,200 visitors found their way to Munich. This meant the foreign contingent remained at a constant 35%. With some 860 exhibitors MUNICH FABRIC START was even able to post a new record. “So far we have thankfully not seen any falls in numbers. The dif?cult economic situation in Italy, for instance, has not yet really impacted us at all,” said trade fair head Wolfgang Klinder. The fair’s relaxed optimism was once again due to its strong domestic market.
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