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Moda Made In Italy to take place at MOC centre
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Apr '08
To Monk of Bavaria new edition of the review dedicated to the made-in-Italy AND'in program from 4 to 6 April 2008 to Monk of Bavaria the new edition of FASHION MADE IN ITALY, the review dedicated to the Italian footwear of high range organized from HIPS, l' National Association shoe Factories Italian.

I press the pavilion 4 of the expository center MOC, 236 Italian exhibitors present the new collections for l'
autumn-winter 2008/2009, proponendo to the market German the better than the footwear production Italian.

"FASHION MADE IN ITALY – affirms the president of HIPS Vito Artioli - is an appointment of considerable interest and it is confirmed a formula winning to promote l' productive excellence Italian on the market German, that from always constitutes an important outlet for our footwear industry.

The exhibitors and the buyer look at to the like important show moment d' meeting, is for the volume of business is for the lively international atmosphere that it is breathed".

In fact, although the market German have reduced the Italian purchases of footwear in the last years, remains however a market of reference for all the north one Europe and the first country customer in quantity with almost 45 millions of seems and beyond 905 millions of euro in 2006.

The first eleven months of 2007 show, after five years of decreases, a slight but significant inversion of tendency: in the period January-November 2007 were exportedin Germany 41.3 millions of seems (-1,2%) and 844.7 millions of euro with a development of the 1.7% with respect to the same


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