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Arabian Travel Market opens in Dubai today

Arabian Travel Market, the largest travel trade show in the Middle East opens today in Dubai with already a positive note.


The Middle East retained position as the leading region where both outbound and inbound travel continues to flourish despite global economic concerns.

While the show is meant mainly for the travel trade professionals, ATM will also be open for the general public on May 5.


The event runs at Dubai World Trade Centre from 2- 5 May 2011.

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