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50 participants confirmed that they will participate in the exhibition

VLADIVOSTOK, April 8, More than 50 participants confirmed that they will participate in the international tourist exhibition &ldquoDaltour 2009&rdquo. 

There are the National China representative office in Moscow, tourism management of the province Heiluntszyang, cities Suifenghae, Shuanshan, Huludao, travel agencies from Korea, Vietnam, Thail other countries among the participants, as the Primorsky Territory Administration press service reported. 

Expositions of the companies of territorial branch of the Russian Union of tourist industry participants from the partnership &ldquoNourist international integration &ldquoWindow to Eurasia&rdquo were announced as participants from Russia.

The 13th Far-Eastern international tourist exhibition &ldquoDaltour 2009&rdquo will take place on the May 21-22 in Vladivostok. The leading tourist operators agencies from the Far East, Siberia Pacific Rim countries &ndashChina, Korea, Vietnam, Thail, Malaysia, Japan, etc will participate in the exhibition. 

Besides this some large transport, insurance investment companies of the region will participate in the exhibition. Special attention will be given to the work of Far-Eastern tourist companies with potential buyers of tours. 

The trade fair of vouchers will be organized at the exhibition to increase efficiency of this work, there participants will introduce different tours vouchers to the Russian regions other countries to their customers.

Within the business program of the exhibition the international theoretical practical conference &ldquoTourism in Primorsky territory: special regional features future prospects&rdquo will be held. It is planned to discuss special features of tourism development in Primorsky Territory, common problems of the regional aspect of tourist industry in Russia. 

About 50 application for participation were received by the organizing committee from Far-Eastern cities, scientific business circles, also from other countries.

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