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Barcelona selected to host MWC through 2018

7/22/2011 04:30 PM EDT
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daleste
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daleste   7/24/2011 4:52:04 PM
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Good for Barcelona. I only got to visit once, but it is a great place to explore.

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Kinnar   7/24/2011 5:38:20 AM
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Lets hope it will be another successful event for Barcelona like it have given before. Wish you all the best Spain.

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Peter Clarke   7/22/2011 9:35:43 PM
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Well MWC is big. But there may be a touch of WISHING to be seen to be like the Olympic games or the soccer world cup. It is not possible to test objectively the financial numbers GSMA provided as to the impact MWC will have - after all it has not happened yet.

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Luis Sanchez   7/22/2011 8:57:37 PM
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I didn't realize before that these congresses and shows were also like the Olympic games and like the Soccer world cup. Not in size of course but in nature. They pull people into a city and with this income is generated. And this is only the money that results from visiting... how about all the money that's generated from bussiness that spawn from hall gathering that takes place in these events. Barcelona... here we go!

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