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Old 11-16-2011, 06:11 AM
 
Location: Cerqueira César-São Paulo
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Default New South Wales(Australia) Govt to open trade office in California

G'day mate.

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Mr Stoner says the United Kingdom remains one of the state's most lucrative export and tourism markets, and Australia's second largest source of foreign investment.

NSW already has two offices in China and one each in India and the United Arab Emirates.

An office will also open in the United States city of San Francisco in January.

NSW Government to open London office - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
This is so ironic considering Quantas recently moved from SFO to DFW because of its partnership with American Airlines', which I hear wants all of its parters to fly only out of AAs hub airports.

Perhaps this office's first order of business can be restoring Quantas operations at SFO.
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