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TCA pointed out that registration for COMPUTEX 2020 will open at 9:00am on October 1, 2019, and the registration order will be based on "mailing time;" therefore, those who have mailed in their registrations early are requested to re-mail them.
The organizers also issued a reminder that manufacturers who complete their mailing registration must submit their deposit payments by Friday, October 4 and will be able to make inquiries into their registration beginning in mid-October with exhibitor qualifications expected to be announced in late November. In order to avoid impacting the rights of exhibitors, manufacturers are reminded that if they receive a "supplement" notice in mid-October to be sure to complete the supplemental materials prior to the deadline. Furthermore, those with questions are requested to contact the organizers of each exhibition area.
(TR/ Phil Sweeney)
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