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Japanese universal exhibition

The Japanese Universal Exhibition

The establishment of the international building in the Japanese Universal Exhibition offers to foreign manufacturers an opportunity for exploiting the rapidly developing markets of the whole Far East, for the coming exhibition is sure to attract, besides millions of Japanese, large crowds of visitors from the continental countries of Asia. The Imperial Government proposes to exempt all exhibits for the samples building from the operation of the customs tariff, provided they are re-exported within two months from the closing date of the exhibition, and is also trying to arrange special freight facilities.

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