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82% of exhibition space already sold!

Still with 6 months to go, in excess 82% of exhibition space has already been booked.

Since the Icelandic crisis in 2008, unemployment has fallen from 9% to 7%, growth is nearly 3%, while Iceland's deficit is a mere 5%.  On top of this fish is definitely back in focus, in the last three years the export value of fish and fish related products increased by 99 billion ISK to a total of 209 billion ISK or 42% of total exports.  Confidence in the market is reflected in stand bookings at the 2011 Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition: with 6 months to go, 82% of available space has already been booked.

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