Access for all • Invitation to Exhibition • www.aids2004.org • Bangkok – Thailand IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center 2 3 1 1 2 3 Level 1 Commercial Exhibition Plenary Session Hall Registration NGO Exhibition Catering Area Speakers Center Session Halls Catering Area Media Centre Level 2 Session Halls Poster Exhibition The XV International AIDS Conference •11–16 July, 2004 • Bangkok, Thailand Invitation to Exhibition On behalf of the Thailand Ministry of Public Health, I wish to extend to all of you a very special and warm welcome to Thailand in 2004. Our people and the Royal Thai Government are honoured to host the XV International AIDS Conference. We welcome the opportunity for the advancement of multidisciplinary and cross-cultural communication and collaboration among developed and developing countries. We especially look forward to fostering a global approach to the pandemic and sharing the results of HIV/AIDS research and intervention programs from an international perspective. It is appropriate that the venue for the Conference is in an Asian country, as the epicentre of the global AIDS epidemic is moving from Africa to this region. Asia – being home to more than one third of the world’s population and harbouring more than one fourth of the world’s new infections – has the potential for a devastating spread of the epidemic. On the other hand, Asia offers lessons learned on local responses for a large range of effective interventions in prevention and control of HIV. While community-based responses are acknowledges as being the most effective, in Thailand we also recognize that political commitment at the highest level of government makes the critical difference in supporting community, provincial, national and international action on HIV/AIDS. Enlightened political leaders help create an environment in which the economic, social and cultural rights of all people, including those with HIV, are protected and respected. With the great effort and cooperation between IAS and the local organisers, we are confident that the XV International AIDS Conference will be a great success and one of the best to be remembered. I look forward to your participation in this important global meeting. Dr. Vallop Thaineua Permanent Secretary Thai Ministry of Public Health In 2000, the International AIDS Society brought the International AIDS Conference to Durban, South Africa. “Break the Silence” was the theme. And, indeed, the silence was broken. Durban marked a turning point in the global fight against AIDS. Political leaders in the South could no longer remain silent or complacent, and their counterparts in the North could no longer deny efficient support. Nobody can stop the process that started there, a process which will speed more HIV prevention, treatment and care to regions most affected by the HIV pandemic. After Durban and before Barcelona, the International AIDS Society decided again to move the conference to the South: to Asia, yet another epicentre of the epidemic. Unfortunately, if appropriate action is not taken, the spread of HIV during the next decade is projected to be even more rampant in Asia and the Pacific than what has happened in Sub-Saharan Africa. I am therefore pleased to invite you to the XV International AIDS Conference in 2004 which will take place in Bangkok. This first ever International AIDS Conference held in Southeast Asia will be organised by the IAS in collaboration with the Thai Ministry of Public Health, UNAIDS, and local and international community organisations. I look forward to working with all of you to make the Bangkok Conference another milestone in the fight against HIV/AIDS Dr. Joep MA Lange President International AIDS Society, IAS invitation to exhibition 1 General Regulations The General Regulations of the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center as well as the specific instructions of the Exhibitor Services Manual constitute an integral part of the present General Regulations. The International AIDS Society, IAS, through its agent Congrex, is the official Organiser of the exhibition at the XV International AIDS Conference, and XCON Co., Ltd., hereinafter referred to as the Co-ordinator, is technical co-ordinator of operations, and responsible for on-site management of the above-mentioned Exhibition at the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center. 1 Exhibition Dates & Hours Conference Dates & Hours Saturday, 10 July Registration 08.30–19.00 Sunday, 11 July 13.00–19.00 Registration 08.30–20.00 Opening Ceremony 19.30–21.00 Monday, 12 July 10.00–18.00 Conference Programme 08.30–17.30 Tuesday, 13 July 10.00–18.00 Conference Programme 08.30–17.30 Wednesday, 14 July 10.00–18.00 Conference Programme 08.30–17.30 Thursday, 15 July 10.00–18.00 Conference Programme 08.30–17.30 Friday, 16 July Conference Programme 08.30–14.00 (These operational hours are subject to change upon notice to the Exhibitor by the Organiser.) 2 Place of Exhibition IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center 99 Popular Road T. Bannai, A. Pakkred Nonthaburi 11120 (Bangkok), THAILAND Telephone: + 66 (0) 2 504 5050, ext. 5108 Fax: + 66 (0) 2 504 4445 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.impact.co.th 3 Exhibition Organisers Organiser Exhibition Technical Co-ordinator IAS through Congrex Sweden AB XCON Co., Ltd. E-mail: email@example.com 300/30-32 Viphavadee-Rangsit Road Telephone: +46 8 459 66 00 Dindaeng, Dindaeng, Bangkok 10400 Fax: +46 8 661 91 25 THAILAND Telephone: +66 (0)2 275 5312 Fax: +66 (0)2 275 5314, 2275 5311 Contact: Mrs. Jutharat Sarisdiwongse E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2 Official Freight Handling Agent and Customs Broker Elite Transportations Services Ltd. 134/17 Soi Athakravi 3, Rama IV Road Bangkok 10110 THAILAND Telephone: +66 (0)2 258 2991 Fax: +66 (0)2 258 5990 Contact: Tongchai Chiochan E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.elitethai.com 4 Purpose of the Commercial Exhibition The purpose of the Exhibition is to complement the Conference program and provide all participants with information about the most recent progress relevant to the prevention and management of HIV/AIDS. 5 Stand Rental Information The exhibition will be held at the IMPACT Exhibition Center. The total size of the exhibition area is estimated at 7 500 sqm. The general ceiling height in the exhibition hall is 21 meters, although in some areas it is only 12.50 meters. Stands will be available either as a standard package (up to 18 sqm) or as a floor space. The cost for these alternatives is as follows: A. Standard Stand Package 9 sqm (3×3 m) US$ 4 850 exclusive of VAT or 18 sqm (3×6 m) US$ 9 700 exclusive of VAT Standard Stand rental includes: • white back and side walls, height 2480 mm • 2 100W spotlights • white fascia board including one inscription in black lettering. Size of lettering: 100 mm • floor needle punch carpet • 1 table, 0,50×1.00×0.75 m.-h and 3 folding chairs • 1 electric outlet and consumption for smaller equipment (max 5 amp. fused) NB.: voltage is 220 V. Socket points take round two-pin plugs. • set-up and dismantling of the standard stand described above. B. Floor Space (minimum 18 sqm) US$ 400 per sqm exclusive of VAT Standard Stand Rentals and Floor Space Rentals include: • Daily vacuuming of aisles and general housekeeping of the exhibition common areas. NB.: It is the Exhibitor’s responsibility to keep and maintain each exhibition space and paths thereof in a clean, dust-free and orderly fashion for the duration of the Conference. • Decoration of the Hall (carpets in the aisles and green plants) NB.: Exhibitors requiring dedicated equipment will be responsible for arranging this separately and at their own expense, and should indicate their requirements on the designated form provided to confirmed Exhibitors. • General lighting for all the event areas (excluding on-stand electricity consumption). invitation to exhibition 3 Standard Stand Rental or Floor Space Rental does NOT include: • Transportation, warehousing, brokerage services, special materials, movement, transfer, removal, storage, set-up and dismantling of custom exhibits. • Telephone, computer data lines and specialised telecommunication services. • Specialised security staffing. • Third party liability insurance It is the responsibility of each Exhibitor to determine whether specialised security staffing for stands or exhibits either overnight or during the event is needed. 6 Non Government and Non-Profit Organisation Display Stand A number of smaller booths will be reserved free of charge for non-government, non-profit Organisations. The numbers are limited, so a selection process will be established by the Organisers. Organisations interested in applying for display space should contact Congrex at firstname.lastname@example.org 7 Exhibition Catalogue / Signage An exhibition catalogue will be included in the delegate registration package. The catalogue will include a map of the exhibition area and a complete listing of all exhibitors and relevant contact information. Logo on Stand in Exhibition Catalogue Map and on Signage (USD 10 000) To highlight an exhibitor’s stand sponsors can have their logo (b/w) placed on their stand in the exhibition catalogue map handed out onsite and (colour) on the signs with the exhibition map placed around the exhibition area. In the exhibition catalogue list the sponsor name will be presented in bold. 8 Eligibility to Exhibit The XV International AIDS Conference in its sole discretion will determine the eligibility of any applicant to exhibit at the Exhibition. The Organiser may decline exhibition space, wholly or in part, which in its opinion is not in keeping with the character and purpose of the XV International AIDS Conference. 9 Stand and Floor Space Allocation Stands and floor space are assigned on a “first come, first served” basis, according to the date applications are received. The application deadline is 31 December, 2003. Exhibition space will not be confirmed without the required and signed application form with initial deposit to be invoiced by the International AIDS Society Stockholm AB, (to be followed by payment in full by the date specified) and accepted by the Organiser. The Exhibition Application Form must include the signature of an authorised person, which makes the Form binding and accepting all conditions of the Exhibition and the General Regulations of IMPACT Bangkok. The Organiser reserves the right to accept or reject an application. The Organiser also reserves the right to assign space other than the applicant’s choice; no objection concerning such a change or relocation will be considered after 14 days from notification. 4 10 Payment Conditions An invoice with payment instructions will follow all application forms for exhibition space from the International AIDS Society Stockholm AB for the deposit in the amount of 50% of the total sum. NB.: The balance of the exhibition space payment is payable no later than 30 April, 2004. Non-receipt will automatically result in the release of the reserved space, forfeit of the deposit fee and cancellation of the contract. Invoices issued or received after 30 April, 2004 shall be payable in full immediately. Under no circumstances may any discounts be deducted. If more exhibition space than was originally applied for is required and allocated, the additional sum owing shall be payable immediately. 11 Cancellation Policies Contract payments and deposit fees will be refunded upon receipt of written notice of cancellation, according to the following schedule: Cancellations received in writing prior to 31 December, 2003 full refund of amount paid. Cancellations received in writing prior to 30 April, 2004 50% refund of amount paid. Cancellation received in writing after 30 April, 2004 no refunds. 12 Exhibition Move-in and Set-up Times Friday, 9 July 08.00–20.00 Saturday, 10 July 08.00–20.00 Sunday, 11 July 08.00–12.00 • Exhibitors will have access to the Exhibition Hall for set-up of displays and stands ONLY on the dates and times shown above. • Access to the Exhibition Hall will be granted only to those persons who have been registered and are wearing the approved identification badge (see Exhibitor Services Manual). • All exhibits and displays must be set up and ready for inspection before opening time at 13.00 on 11 July, 2004. NB.: No display material except that carried by hand will be permitted to move through the exhibition area during the Conference hours. • Any exhibit or display that is not set up prior to the event start date and time may be removed and stored by the Co-ordinator at the sole expense of the Exhibitor. • Any exhibition space that is abandoned or unoccupied 24 hours before the event opens may be repossessed without indemnity and reassigned by the Organiser. • All assigned exhibition/display space must be staffed at all times during the Conference hours. NB.: All move-in vehicle and foot traffic will be required to enter/exit the exhibition area through a security check. invitation to exhibition 5 13 Exhibition Breakdown Friday, 16 July 09.00–24.00 Saturday, 17 July 09.00–24.00 No exhibit/display shall be dismantled before the official closing time of Friday, 16 July at 09.00. Any material left in the building following the official move out time will be removed by the official cranage contractor and held in storage and charged at prevailing rates at the Exhibitor’s expense. The Co–ordinator shall be entitled to seize and hold (at the Exhibitor’s expense) any exhibition or display materials of Exhibitors with outstanding payments owed to the Organiser or the Co-ordinator. These will be released once all claims on the part of the Organiser/Co-coordinator have been settled. 14 Stand Specifications Details regarding available stand furnishings, flooring, set-up and breakdown labour charges, specialised materials handling, freight forwarding services and customs brokerage information will be forwarded by the Co-ordinator and the forwarding agent. 15 Sub-letting No Exhibitor is allowed to assign, sub-let or apportion the whole or any part of the space allocated, nor exhibit therein any goods other than those manufactured or handled by the Exhibitor in the regular course of his business, or take orders in the Exhibitors’ space for any such other goods. 16 Stand Regulations • No background may be placed to obstruct, block or interfere with the lighting or visibility of an adjacent stand. • Aisle space may not be used for exhibiting purposes or for solicitation of business • Distribution of materials outside the stand is expressly forbidden • Distribution of samples, etc. is permitted providing it does not interfere with an adjoining Exhibitor and is conducted in a dignified manner. Noisemakers, blinking lights or any action, which, in the opinion of the Organiser, may be a source of annoyance or danger to the health or safety of others, will not be permitted. A list of samples should be submitted to the Organiser prior to the commencement of the Conference • The Exhibitor must keep the exhibit open and properly staffed during the specific exhibition hours and shall not close or remove the exhibit until the conclusion of the entire Exhibition, unless otherwise directed by the Organiser. • Prizes, raffles or contests, unless under the auspices of the Organiser, are expressly forbidden. • Distribution of refreshments or other products for consumption are subject to the general rules and regulations issued by IMPACT. • No signs or other articles are to be fastened to the walls, drapes, ceilings etc. by any method whatsoever. The use of thumbtacks, nails, screws, bolts or any tools or material, which could mark the floor or walls, is strictly prohibited. 6 NB.: Removal of any marks will be done by the Exhibition Hall Staff with full liability and cost to the Exhibitor. • Robots, or other remote control devices, should be limited only to the Exhibitor’s space. • The Exhibitor shall be responsible for all damage to structures, furnishings, etc. caused by their representatives, employees or guests etc. • Touch-ups of exhibits, etc. must be done in such a manner as not to deface or damage the property of the Co-ordinator. Proper precautions must be taken; otherwise repairs and cleaning will be carried out at the expense of the Exhibitor. The Organiser reserves the right to prohibit the installation or enforce the removal of any exhibit which, in the opinion of the Organiser, may be detrimental to the Conference or to terminate the contract to lease space to the Exhibitor at any time during the Conference, if an Exhibitor or their representatives have misrepresented any article exhibited by an Exhibitor. Any proposals for structural changes and any proposals for alterations, additions or improvements to the design or construction of the stand that are not in accordance with stand regulations must be submitted by the Exhibitor to the Organiser for prior written approval. 17 Custom Stand Approval (Exhibitors occupying floor space) A drawing or plan of the proposed stand installation, showing the ground plan, elevation and electrical layout must be submitted in duplicate to the Co-ordinator for inspection and approval. 18 Exhibitors’ Registration and Accommodation All Exhibitors must pre-register representatives prior to the Exhibition opening. The appropriate form will be sent to you by the Organiser together with the Exhibitor Services Manual. For hotel reservations please contact: Congrex Sweden AB P.O. Box 5619 SE-114 56 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone: +46 8 459 66 00 Fax: +46 8 661 91 25 E-mail: email@example.com The Exhibitors’ representatives at the Exhibition shall be limited exclusively to their executives and employees. Four (4) free Exhibitor badges will be given per company. Additional Exhibitor badges may be bought at US$ 135 per person. Official identification badges must be worn by Exhibitors and their representatives at all times during the Conference and Exhibition. Any changes in registration made during the event must be authorised by the Organiser. Exhibitor badges may be picked up 9–11 July in the Registration Area at the IMPACT Convention Center, level 1. NB.: Exhibitor badges will not allow entry into plenary and scientific sessions. Exhibitors who plan to attend the Conference must purchase a Conference Registration. invitation to exhibition 7 The right to exhibit is limited to those individuals, partnerships and corporations who have submitted a duly completed and executed Application for Exhibition Space, which has been accepted by the Organiser, and who has paid in full for their exhibition or display space. Only personnel authorised by the Organiser shall participate in the set-up, operation and dismantling of stands. Any violation of this ruling, false certi- fication, or misuse of Exhibitors badges will result in expulsion of the violator from the Exhibition Hall and Conference without obligation by the Organiser to refund exhibition fees or honour claims for damage. 19 Quality of Display Advertising, solicitation and distribution of literature for commercial products will not be permitted except in the stand space assigned in the Exhibition Hall and then only with the prior written approval of the Organiser and in accordance with such rules, regulations and conditions as the Organiser may impose in that regard. While orders for goods may be taken, no sales involving payment by cash, check or other means may take place in the Exhibition Hall. 20 Stand and Display Structures Full details concerning regulations on stand and display structures, signage and height limits will be forwarded to the Exhibitor by the Co-ordinator. 21 Materials Handling Exhibitors are responsible for the movement of their material to and from the Exhibition Hall, i.e. from the place of origin to IMPACT Convention and Exhibition Center. The Official Freight Handling Agent and Customs Broker, Elite Transportation Services, will provide assistance for movement of exhibition materials from the shipment arrival in Thailand to the show stand and re-export them to the place of origin or other destinations. This assistance includes custom clearance, local transportation, forklifts, with operators and dollies for the movement of Exhibitor freight until safely placed at the exhibition stand. NB.: Exhibitors or exhibition contractors with specialised or dedicated equipment needs, should liase directly with Elite Transportation Services. For prices of these services, please contact Elite Transportation Services. Uncrating, assembling, storing and re-crating of exhibition material is the Exhibitor’s responsibility. 8 22 Shipping, Receiving and Storage Elite Transportation Services will provide the following services: • Coordinate freight movement direct with the exhibitors or exhibitors’ freight agent. • Provide full shipping information and Thai custom regulation. • Custom clearance both permanent import and temporary import for all AIDS 2004 shipments. • Provide custom temporary import guarantee, or bond to gain the temporary import of the shipments. • Coordinate and arrange the necessary temporary import license from the Ministry of Public Health. • Deliver the shipment from port to IMPACT. • Unpacking • Assist with labour and lifting/moving equipment until the exhibits are properly positioned. • Storage of the empty case/crate. • Retrieval of the empty case/crate. • Revert all the above services until the shipments have arrived safely at the required destination. Restricted/Controlled Items Medical, surgical equipments and/or pharmaceutical products are subject to approval by the Thai Ministry of Publilc Health prior to the shipments arrival in Thailand. Normally, the temporary import will take several weeks to complete. Exhibitors are strongly recommended to prepare the commercial invoice and list of exhibits with full specification and send this information to Elite Transportation Services 21 days prior to the intended departure date of the shipment. Please note that all documents and the quantity of the exhibits must match with the commercial invoice. Discrepancy will cause delay and fine. Brochures And Giveaway Items Brochures and giveaway items/souvenirs are permitted entry into Thailand, but some are subject to import duties of between 20% and 80% of the CIF value. These dutiable items amongst others are leather wallet, leather key holders, T-shirts, ties, scarves, badges and label pins. Such items must be packed and declared separately. Please note that import duty will be calculated based on declared value or customs assessed value, depending of which one is greater. Deadline For Documents Those shipments that require temporary import license must send a commercial invoice and a list with full specification of the exhibits no later than 21 days prior to the departure date from the country of origin. Those shipments that will NOT require temporary import license must send a commercial invoice and list with full description of the exhibits 7 days prior to the departure date from the country of origin. Deadline For Shipments 27 June, 2004 for shipments arriving by air freight 27 June, 2004 for shipments arriving by sea freight. invitation to exhibition 9 23 Thai Health Regulations It is the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor to ensure the products and materials they will be exhibiting are lawfully brought into Thailand and used and displayed only in accordance with the terms and conditions governing the entry of the products and materials into Thailand and the use of such materials in Thailand. 24 Lighting and Electrical Requirements The Exhibition Hall features standard overhead lighting. Exhibitors are advised that additional lighting should be ordered on a form included in the Exhibitor Services Manual. One single-phase 220V 10-amp line is provided for each 9 sqm stand, for loads up to 2 kW. Electrical fittings on open stands will be supplied on request. The cost thereof will be included in the Exhibitor Services Manual. Details given when completing the order forms for power supply must be precise, since the cost for the installation, as originally requested, will be invoiced in full, whether or not the whole of it has been used. All electrical equipment in use at the event and lighting used in display stands must conform to the regulations of Thai law. 25 Exhibition Advertising and Promotion Advertising and promotion must be limited to the confines of the exhibition space. The Organiser reserves the right to ban what it may consider objectionable premiums or novelties, and to prevent the distribution of any article or product which it believes might endanger the health and safety of those attending the Conference. Handouts and brochures may only be distributed from the Exhibition Area. The distribution by non- exhibitors of advertising material, magasines and brochures on the exhibition site is strictly forbidden. 26 Exhibitor Services Manual and Official Suppliers The Organiser shall distribute to all registered Exhibitors, not later than 3 months prior to the Conference, an “Exhibitor Services Manual” containing the names and addresses of those parties designated as Official Suppliers of goods and services to Exhibitors, and order forms supplied by such Official Suppliers in respect of services such as electrical equipment, customs brokerage, stand cleaning, audio-visual equipment, security, decorating services, freight forwarders and other services that may be required by Exhibitors in connection with the Exhibition. Exhibitors wishing to use any of the services listed in the Exhibitor Services Manual should use the order forms provided in the Manual. The order forms must be completed and received by the Co-ordinator not less than 2 months prior to the opening of the Conference. All such contracts for services shall be settled directly between Exhibitors and the suppliers. The Organiser shall not be a party to any such contract and shall not be liable either to the Exhibitor or to the supplier of any service for any alleged breach or failure to perform under such contract. 10 27 Fire-Prevention Regulations a) The use or display of flammable liquids/gasses is prohibited at the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center b) All materials used in the Exhibition must be of a non-flammable nature and resistant in order to conform to local IMPACT ordinances and in accordance with regulations established. c) Hessian, thatch and straw are regarded as major fire hazards and exhibitors planning to use these as part of their display will be required to provide a”Retardant/Retarded Certificate” indicating that the product has been treated with a fire-retarding compound. d) Electric signs and equipment must be wired to meet the specifications of local fire authorities. e) Fire extinguishers on walls or on the floor or elsewhere may not be removed or obstructed in any manner. f) Any Exhibitor having equipment which produces heat, smoke or open flames as an integral part of product demonstration must receive written approval of plans from the IMPACT Exhibition Services Manager. g) All aisles and exhibits must be kept clear at all times and fire stations and fire extinguisher equipment is not to be covered or obstructed. h) Absolutely no storage of any kind will be permitted within the confines of the Exhibition Floor or placed behind the stand against the IMPACT walls or curtains. i) All displays are subject to inspection by the Security Department of IMPACT. Any construction materials found not to be fireproof may be ordered to be dismantled. 28 Insurance Exhibitors must carry their own fire, theft, or other insurance to cover all risks. The Organiser, the Co-ordinator or IMPACT shall not be responsible for damage to crated and uncrated materials, materials improperly or poorly packed, or any concealed damage, nor shall the Organiser or his agents be responsible for any loss, disappearance or theft of Exhibitors materials. In the event of any labour or related jurisdictional disputes or any other problems connected with the shipment, consignment or pick up of exhibits by or for the Exhibitor, the Co-ordinator may reject, move, delay or immobilise an exhibit or act in what it deems to be a necessary and proper fashion without liability to the Exhibitor. 29 Limitation of Liability Should the premises be destroyed or damaged by fire or the elements, or by any other cause, or if any circumstances whatsoever, including strikes, shall make it impossible for the Organiser to permit any Exhibitor or Exhibitors to occupy the premises, the Exhibitor shall pay for space only for the period the space was or could have been occupied by such Exhibitor or Exhibitors. The Organiser is released from any kind and all claims for damage that might arise in consequence thereof. Cancellation of the Exhibition: If, for whatever reason, the exhibition does not take place, all registrations are cancelled. Any credits outstanding after payment of expenses incurred will be shared among the exhibitors in proportion to the sums they have paid. Exhibitors expressly renounce all right of appeal, on whatever grounds, against the decisions of the Organiser. invitation to exhibition 11 30 Compliance with Regulations The Organiser reserves the right to take such action and to make such changes including changes to these Conditions and Regulations as are considered necessary or desirable to the efficient and proper conduct of the Exhibition. The Organiser reserves the right to restrict exhibits or terminate the contracts of Exhibitors, which, because of noise or any reason, become objectionable. Non-compliance with regulations as determined by the Organiser may result in the removal of the offending Exhibitor or the closing of his exhibit without indemnity and the Organiser is released from any and all claims for damage, which might result inconsequence thereof. 31 Governing Laws Each and all of these General Terms and Conditions for Exhibition AIDS 2004 Bangkok, held at the IMPACT shall be deemed an integral part of the contract for Exhibition space which shall arise on the written acceptance by the Organiser of the Application for Exhibition Space, a copy of which is attached hereto duly completed and signed and submitted by a potential Exhibitor to the Organiser, with the same force and effect as if set forth in the said contract. The law governing the interpretation and implementation of this contract is the law prevailing at all times in Bangkok, Thailand. 12 IMPACT Exhibition Center Arena Media Centre Session Halls Session Halls Food Court Main Entrance Organisers Co-organisers www.aids2004.org Production: Congrex Sweden AB/Informationsbolaget Nyberg & Co.