AMSTERDAM, Nov 30 (Reuters) - AutoRAI 2013, the Amsterdam auto show scheduled for next April, has been canceled, organizers said, citing lack of support from importers and suppliers in the face of the economic crisis in Europe. "The bottom line is we didn't have a majority of brands supporting this," Joost 't Hooft, exhibition manager, told Reuters. "It's mainly due to the current crisis. They have less money to spend in their marketing budgets," he added. ...
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