TAITRA: Taiwan's Green Tech Will Vitalize Auto & Accessories Show in Aril, 2009

"Greener Future, Coming Fortune—Taipei AMPA and Auto Tronics Taipei 2009 together welcome the Green Power technology & modern auto design to drum up future fortune."
Which future car uses less in fuel/gas but drives in power? What kind of car body structure and materials make the car lighter, more stylish, and friendlier to our environment? In order to encourage the auto parts who sincerely concern the environmental protection, taking much time and efforts to develop energy-saving automobiles, the organizer will not only hold the AMPA Show but arrange some awards ceremony for the exhibitors.
Asia's largest and most professional auto accessories and auto electronics trade show—The International Auto Parts & Accessories Show (Taipei AMPA) combined with Auto Tronics Taipei, 2009—will be grandly held on April 14-17 at TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall. This year the organizer, Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), is going to orient the theme of Taipei AMPA toward current global economic and environmental situation, tied with the global energy issue —Focus on Green Tech & Alternative Power.
Up to the latest statistics estimated by TAITRA, there will be approximately 1,100 auto parts firms and around 2,700 stands to draw domestic or overseas buyers’ attention; much more than 51,700 purchasers in prediction. In order to create the utmost benefit towards both buyers and exhibitors, Taipei AMPA connects the related trade show—Taipei International Motorcycles Show, combining them all in one at the same place and the same duration for consumers to enjoy their visits and purchasing. Neither common visitors nor auto parts suppliers/traders shall not miss this grand occasion; Taipei AMPA in 2009 will absolutely green visitors' view with fresh eyes, the organizer proclaimed. (...full story at: http://www.allproducts.com/PR/full_story_taitra.html )
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On Tue, 24 Feb 2009 01:08:56 -0800 (PST), APOC
. . . something that reads sort of like my original 1960's Honda owner's manual.
Thanks for that laugh to start the day.
You usually don't get this from Taiwan - they go to school in America.
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