Hungarian companies participate at international trade fair in Albania

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About 20 Hungarian companies participated at the 18th International Trade Fair - Albania in Tirana on November 24-30 with the support of the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA), HITA told MTI on Tuesday.

The companies were among almost 400 from 20 countries showing at the fair which drew about 250,000 people.

Prospective deals resulting at the fair struck are expected to generate more than €1m worth of business for the Hungarian companies, HITA said.

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