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In pictures: Bargain hunters swarm Gitex spring show in Dubai

April 3, 2013

Visitors browse the latest laptops at the Samsung store during the Gitex Shopper Spring show at the Dubai World Trade Centre. As the day wore on the crowds at the World Trade Centre grew, with hundreds gathered around stalls for camcorders, smartphones an???
Visitors browse the latest laptops at the Samsung store during the Gitex Shopper Spring show at the Dubai World Trade Centre. As the day wore on the crowds at the World Trade Centre grew, with hundreds gathered around stalls for camcorders, smartphones an???
Visitors take a closer look at the latest digital cameras on display at the Gitex Shopper Spring show in Dubai. Visitors negotiated their way around stalls with members of staff thrusting brochures at them and asking them to check out their offers. Satish???
Visitors take a closer look at the latest digital cameras on display at the Gitex Shopper Spring show in Dubai. Visitors negotiated their way around stalls with members of staff thrusting brochures at them and asking them to check out their offers. Satish???
A visitor checks out a pair of binoculars at the Gitex show. Satish Kumar / The National
A visitor checks out a pair of binoculars at the Gitex show. Satish Kumar / The National
Visitors to the Gitex show examine a digital camera. More than 3,500 visitors came through the doors within the first hour, according to organisers. Satish Kumar / The National
Visitors to the Gitex show examine a digital camera. More than 3,500 visitors came through the doors within the first hour, according to organisers. Satish Kumar / The National
The event, which was opened by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, runs until Saturday and has been described by organisers as having the biggest launch yet at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Satish Kumar / The National
The event, which was opened by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, runs until Saturday and has been described by organisers as having the biggest launch yet at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Satish Kumar / The National