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Asian Presence at CommunicAsia2004 increases

CommunicAsia2004 will see an increase in the number of Asian companies showcasing their latest products and services at the Singapore Expo from 15-18 June. This year's CommunicAsia records the highest number of China exhibitors in its 15th show and attracts increased participation from fast developing countries, with rapidly growing IT markets such as China, Korea, India, Malaysia, and Thailand. The number of China-based companies has more than doubled, there are 56 percent more Malaysia-based companies compared to the last show in 2002, and floor space occupied by Indian, Korean and Thai companies has also expanded.

Signifying a renewed optimism in the IT and communications industries, CommunicAsia2004—organized by Singapore Exhibition Services (SES)—will feature global and regional industry heavyweights like China Putian, Enersys Asia, LG Electronics, Fujitsu Asia and Samsung. China-based companies exhibiting at CommunicAsia2004 include Amoi Electronics, Sunwave Communication, HengTong Group, Shenzhen Guanri Telecom and Suman VSAT Antenna.

"The increased participation from Asia underlines the importance of CommunicAsia2004 as a major industry platform for multinational corporations, and small- and medium-sized enterprises, to showcase their products and services to a global audience," said Ho Koon Leong, project director for communications events at SES.

Held alongside CommunicAsia2004 is EnterpriseIT2004, a tradeshow featuring IT solutions for small- and medium-sized enterprises. Both shows will house over 1,400 international exhibitors from nearly 50 countries. CommunicAsia2004 and EnterpriseIT2004 are two of the key components of the five-day Infocomm Media Business Exchange (imbX) that will attract some 30,000 overseas visitors to Singapore this June.

 
     
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