Visit the Global Computing Showcase to find out more about products
 supporting the Unicode standard, or products and services that can help
 you globalize or localize your software, documentation or internet
 content. Exhibition hours will be:

                     Wednesday, March 24   9 am to 8 pm

                     Thursday, March 25    9 am to 5 pm

 Table top displays will be set up and may be open for the duration of the
 event, but must be open during the Refreshment Breaks, Luncheons and
 Cocktail Reception hours. You may supply your own backdrops, portable
 booths or any materials that you deem necessary to enhance your display.

 Reserve your exhibit space now. Contact Barbara Jarzyna at:
     Global Meeting Services Inc.
     6160 Charae Street
     San Diego, CA 92122 USA
     voice: +1 619 638 0206
     fax:   +1 619 638 0504
     or:    conference@unicode.org

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