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Peter Nathan Works on His Fourth ‘First’ – a New  Trade and Industrial Exhibition in Libya

Trade Show Executive
June 11, 2004
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Westport, CT-  Planning is underway for the first U.S. Trade & Industrial Exhibition to be held Tripoli, Libya, next January.   Peter Nathan, President of PWN Exhibicon Intl., is working with the U.S.-Libya Trade & Economic Council to develop the event.  Nathan is perhaps best known for spearheading exhibitions in challenging locations against seemingly impossible odds.  During his 50-year career in the exhibition industry, Nathan organized the first exhibitions for U.S. companies, authorized by the U.S. government,  in the former USSR, China and Cuba.

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