Should I Stay or Should I GO?

Bassett, Michael
March 2007
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues related to international business travel. A survey conducted by the Financial & Insurance Conference Planners (FICP) found that the Caribbean and Europe remain by far the most popular overseas meeting sites for FICP planners. The American Express Global Business Travel Forecast projects a 3 percent to 7 percent rise in global international business-class air fares in 2007.


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