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Greece's 2013 Thessaloniki Trade Fair has welcomed ten Australian businesses trying to build up European interest. "The red tape will become a red carpet," Greece's General Secretary of the Foreign Affairs Ministry has told the Australian delegation at the International Thessaloniki Trade Fair this week.Businesses from around the globe are being courted by Greece as it tries to muster up trade relations and business interest in a flat-lining Greek economy.For the first time, an Australian delegation has made the trip to Thessaloniki to be a part of the Fair, and has been the go to stall for days for locals and international visitors.Ten companies have set up shop at the Fair, including ITM Freight, Cochlear, the Radio Station 'O Rythmos', Oakleigh Grammar, Eurobank, KL Energy, Stojanovic and Associates, Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Innovation (HACCI), the Hellenic Australian Business Council (HABC) and the Australian Embassy.One of the most popular of the group, and not surprising given the climate in Greece, is Danijela Stojanovic's migration law firm reports Neos Kosmos.
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