A Trade Fair - QS Study
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A trade fair is a fair where different kinds of goods of home and abroad are brought for sale and show. It is an annual affair. It sits in a big open field at a convenient place where people can go easily. It is a one kind of publicity of drawing the attention of the national and international industrialists and producers.

Preparation begins before the lair. First the ground is cleared and the whole area is fenced or walled. Many brick built stalls are raised. There is open space between the rows of stalls for the free movement of people. The stalls are arranged according to the articles sold. A trade fair serves as a sort of exhibition of goods at home and abroad. It is also a source of great joy for people. There are also food and drink stalls. The customers halt, rest and take refreshment. A trade fair becomes crowdy especially in the evening. Both male and female customers visit the fair in the evening. People buy goods from a trade fair at a cheap rate. It is of great importance. It helps the economy of a country to develop. A distinguishing factor between trade fairs and trade shows is size. A trade fair is generally viewed as having a larger number of participants than other trade events, or as an event bringing together related industries