WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute here said last week it is in negotiations to set up a series of trade shows in Shanghai and Beijing beginning in June 1998. According to Tim Hammonds, FMI president and chief executive officer, the sessions would take the place of AsiaMart, the show the institute held in Hong Kong in 1995 and 1996. There would be one trade show a year, alternating between Shanghai and Beijing. Hammonds told SN that the FMI hopes to complete plans by early May -- ...
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