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ARABLAB 2014

17 Mar 2014 - 20 Mar 2014 - Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Dubai



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ARABLAB 2013 attracted 10,874 visitors from 99 countries meeting 812 exhibitors doing 55% global business and 45% regional business.

ARABLAB is the global buying source for tomorrow's decision reaching technology makers & end-users, as well as being a truly unique research source.

ARABLAB is the largest technology show serving the Middle East & Africa. ARABLAB is the technology showpiece for the Indian Sub-Continent.

ARABLAB is the shop window for buyers from China & Asia. A dynamic sales platform to global markets as 60% of business generated at the show is sourced from outside the Arab world.

ARABLAB connects people from all over the world and showcases the very latest laboratory and instrumentation equipment from all the leading manufacturers in the world.



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