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International Exhibitions in the USSR

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Abstract
Moscow. Marx Avenue. Gorkogo Street. General view of the International Exhibition of Road Building Machines in Luzhniki. Exhibits of the exhibition. The meeting in the office of the first deputy. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce EP Pitovranov, dedicated to the organization and holding of specialized exhibitions. Interview with E. Pitovranov (sinhr.). View of the construction site of the exhibition on Krasnaya Presnya. Model of the Krasnopresnensky complex. Interview with Borisov, Chairman of the Presidium of the USSR Chamber of Commerce and Industry (sinhr.). Exhibition in Sokolniki. Government delegation at the opening of the exhibition. Autoservice pavilion. Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR VN Novikov cuts the ribbon. Pavilion of the Swiss exhibition of machine tools at VDNKh. Demonstration of machine tools. Exhibition of cars of the company "Mercedes". Interview with the chairman of the board of "Mercedes" Dr. Tsana (sinhr.). A sample of an old Mercedes car. Demonstration of mod. Pavilion of Czechoslovakia. Interview with the Minister of Light Industry of Hungary Keresi (sinhr.). ESEVM-73 pavilion. Computing machines at the exhibition. Leningrad. Exhibition of containers. Tallinn city. Exhibition of yachts. Tbilisi. Bulgarian exhibition. Odessa. Exhibition "Tourism and Leisure in the USA". Exhibits of the exhibition. Interview with Governor of Washington Evans (sync.). Exhibition "Attractions". Exhibits of the exhibition. Presentation of honorary diplomas to the participants of the exhibition. Signing trade agreements.
Director
L. Ostrovsky
Color
Color
Film ID
24982
Keywords
cities
, international connections
, economic communications
, exhibitions
Meterage
504
Number of Parts
2
Operators
J. Revzin
Other Creators
A. Pavlenko, H. Oganesyan, A. Levin, N. Kuznetsov, T. Gunina
Release Date
1974
Sound
Has Sound

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