NEW YORK — Organizers of international textile shows here next week said registration levels are holding steady, but are preparing to face buyers whose budgets have been slashed as economic conditions worsened.
Buyers will have one fewer show to fit into their schedules. Texworld USA typically runs concurrent with Première Vision Preview and Prefab: The Supima Premium Fabric Show. However, because of scheduling issues with the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, this year’s show will take place more than two weeks later, from Feb. 3 to 5.
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