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August 8th, 2005

Conference to Cover Market- and Future-oriented Topics

Abstract:
The Componex/electronicIndia trade show at the Pragati Maidan Exhibition Center in New Delhi will again be offering an attractive (and expanded) conference program as a supplement to the trade exhibition. From January 23rd through 25th, 2006, Munich Trade Fairs International and the Indian publisher "Electronics Today" will continue the successful series of lectures and discussions with four supplementary individual events on the subjects of automotive electronics and micro- and nanotechnology, and on the new topics of embedded design and electronics production.

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