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`Print Pack and Sign Show'

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HYDERABAD: About 12,000 people visited the three-day twin expo `Print Pack and Sign Show- 2005' organised here by Villart Expositions at the Hitex expo facility near Madhapur.

The expo concluded on Sunday. Sixty exhibitors showcased hundreds of their products, Mr Ramana of Villart Expositions said in a press release. Stating that signage industry held good promise, he pegged the signage industry size at Rs 600 crore in Andhra Pradesh.

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