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Last chance to visit IceFish for 3 years

Today is the last day of the Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition 2014. The event is held only every 3 years so come along today while you still have the chance.
This year's event is helping to spread optimism throughout the Icelandic commercial fishing industry, with many visitors and exhibitors from Iceland and a large number from overseas (including Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Israel, Australia, Turkey, France, USA, Canada, Portugal, Denmark, Sweden, Faroe Islands, Norway, UK and more) making this a truly international event.

Yesterday afternoon, despite more registration desks than ever before, visitors were queuing up to enter the already busy exhibition halls. Aisles and stands were buzzing with activity and reports of significant business deals are coming through. The success of this event clearly demonstrates that the Icelandic commercial fishing industry is robust and open for business.

The exhibition is open today from 10:00 "16:00 at Smarinn Sports & Convention Centre, Kopavogur, Iceland. See you there!
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