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InterTabac 2018 Expands to Westfalenhalle Arena

InterTabac 2018 Expands to Westfalenhalle Arena

InterTabac, the world’s largest trade fair for tobacco products and smoking accessories, will this year take over the Westfalenhalle Arena, in addition to the halls that had housed the exhibition last year.

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