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Middle East's largest garment & textiles trade fair from April 7
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Nov '08
Dubai, a developing and buoyant city is unaffected by the global financial slowdown. Reports state that Dubai is looking forward to a whooping GDP of US$ 108 billion by 2015. With the opening of the world's largest mall, Dubai Mall, the fashion industry in the UAE is on the rise.

The mall is a shopper's haven, offering a large variety of imported designer garments and other fashion products. The growth in the fashion market offers many opportunities for international traders and exporters who wish to enter the thriving industry of the Middle East.

Being the only sourcing platform for the Middle Eastern markets for over 31 years, Motexha has established itself as a synonym to success and has gained recognition as the Middle East's Largest Garments, Textiles, Leather & Fashion Accessories Trade Exhibition.

The next edition of Motexha is going to be held from 7 ~ 9 April 2009 and booking of exhibit spaces has already begun. Nearly 30% space has already been rebooked by the 2008 show exhibitors, clearly indicating their confidence in the show as well as its importance in the burgeoning Middle East markets.

Motexha 2008 concluded successfully on April 2nd after bringing together the region's leading buyers, brand franchisers, traders, wholesalers, retailers and re-exporters during the three days. The event witnessed a 30% year-on-year increase in visitor numbers, highlighting the importance of Motexha.

More than 200 top manufacturers of leading brands as well as competitively priced products exhibited at Motexha 2008, representing 27 countries at the region's leading fashion & trends sourcing event.

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