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The world’s largest portfolio of building, architecture, design and interiors exhibitions has rebranded. ITE’s events in the sector connect 12,000 exhibiting companies with nearly 700,000 visitors in key emerging markets around the world. By 2018, 13 of ITE’s building and interiors events will be known under a single name – WorldBuild. Read more here>>http://fal.cn/QGdC
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The potential of Ethiopia’s fast-growing economy for international companies, especially in the building and construction sectors, is undoubted. But logistics – actually getting products to the country quickly – has been a main stumbling block. With the completion of the railway, the first electrified link in the region, a large part of the transportation question has been taken care of. Read more here>> http://fal.cn/QUvY
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The pace of global construction continues unabated as 2016 draws to a close. The next 12 months will see a number of ongoing projects continue or conclude, as well as fresh developments breaking new ground. With that in mind, here are some of 2017’s hottest construction projects for you to keep an eye on in the new year>> http://fal.cn/QTeI
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Nigeria’s Housing Minister Babatunde Raji Fashola has announced he will accelerate house building in 2017, as making a dent in Nigeria’s 17 million-unit housing shortage becomes a priority, read more here>>http://fal.cn/QsDm

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Construction is fuelling solid economic growth in India, making it one of the nation’s most vital industries. By 2025, the building and interiors sector could be worth as much as $1 trillion, greater than the current GDP of Indonesia, showing huge promise. Trade shows, such as the internationally-renowned Acetech series, are the ideal staging point to dive into this hugely lucrative market, here are our 6 excellent tips for sure-fire Indian trade show success!>> http://fal.cn/QriK
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Kazakhstan’s building and interiors market is enjoying a steady recovery fuelled by private projects, and the World Bank has recognised the improvement in its 2017 Doing Business ranking. $156 million was invested into Astana's housebuilding and residential construction from January to May this year… and nearly a million square metres of housing came onto the market in the same period. Read more>> http://fal.cn/QqHz
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Russia’s construction sector was worth $182.5 billion in 2015. It is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 2.52% until 2020, showing the sector’s lucrative potential. Considering expanding your business into Russia? Here are five simple steps to help you with exhibiting at Russian trade shows>> http://fal.cn/QKkm
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Global paint producer opens Moscow showroom: ‘We’re in Russia for the long haul’. Japanese paint manufacturer Kansai has just opened a lavish showroom in Moscow, their first in Europe. Why now? Because tough times bring opportunities to gain market share. Kansais country manager Michael van Harmelen explains why… > http://fal.cn/Eeqi
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You are a business professional in the construction sector. You’ve identified Turkey, with a building sector worth 5.9% of its $751 billion economy, as your next potential market. There are many entry avenues for you to explore, but the one that leads straight towards Turkish success is trade shows>> http://fal.cn/EDEB
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Buoyed by massive government spending on construction and infrastructure, Ethiopia is set to become Eastern Africa’s top economy. If the IMF’s latest round of statistical analysis is accurate, then Ethiopia will edge out its regional rival Kenya’s output to become the Horn of Africa’s best performing economy. Learn more here>> http://fal.cn/EOQC
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