By and  on November 16, 2011

Two of Asia’s main hubs of trade show activity — Japan and China — are battling back from their own special adversities and looking at a strong six months of fairs and exhibitions ahead.

While the devastation dealt by the massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan is still fresh in people’s minds, organizers of trade shows are seeing their efforts to lure back buyers beginning to pay off. And despite ongoing problems with a nuclear power plant in the northeastern region of Tohoku, even international retailers have resumed sending representatives to fairs in Japan.

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