By  on November 19, 2008

A strong domestic economy has Brazilian fairs feeling fine.

Brazilian fashion show organizers believe that a strong domestic market will maintain local buyer turnout at January events, despite the global financial crisis. They are also expecting no drop in foreign buyer turnout thanks to more price-competitive apparel, even though this advantage could be offset by looming recessions in buyers’ home countries.

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