PARIS — Texworld expects bargain-hungry buyers burdened by tighter budgets to help shelter the fabric show from challenging economic times.
Texworld, which will convene at the Le Bourget exhibit space north of Paris for four days starting Sept. 22, features less-expensive fabrics than its upscale rival, Première Vision. Organizers for Texworld, managed by Messe Frankfurt France, expect about 900 exhibitors from more than 80 countries.
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