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Asia Pacific Leather Fair 2006 begins on Mar 28, 2006

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The Asia Pacific Leather Fair 2006 will encompass over 1,800 exhibiting companies from 60 countries and regions, including 30 group pavilions from 20 countries and regions.

Since its inception in 1984, APLF has always been more than just an exhibition.

The event merits more than the accolade, 'annual meeting place for the international leather industry'. APLF also includes fashion shows, fashion presentations, focus country exhibitions, as well as a comprehensive programme of events to alert visitors to current industry developments, requirements and problems.

This year's Fair, fully complemented by a wider programme than in previous years, will be no exception.

Four major interactive events - two forums, a seminar programme and one conference - will take place before and during APLF in Hong Kong during 28 - 31 March 2006 and will virtually cover the entire spectrum of the international shoe and leather industry.

There will be topics of interest to designers, buyers, technologists, production engineers, sales staff and traders.

Asia Pacific Leather Fair


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