Top UK company's chief to address AFTA 04

July 2004
Travel Trade;7/14/2004, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the line-up of speakers at the 2004 AFTA conference in Australia, including U.K.-based chief executive David Radcliffe of Hogg Robinson and sister company Business Travel International. Company profile for Hogg Robinson; Other speakers.


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