PARIS — Organizers of the Première Vision textile trade show anticipate seeing the impact of the weak global economy on attendance figures, but are responding by expanding the range of fabric resources available to potential buyers.
Première Vision is set to run Sept. 23 to 26 at the Parc d’Expositions in Paris-Nord, Villepinte. Some 720 mills will exhibit, hailing primarily from Italy and France. Organizers confirmed an expected dip in visitors from the U.S.
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