March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/13/2009, p12
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The article focuses on information resources related to travel industry in Great Britain. Venues and suppliers can sign up to the fair pricing charter at visitlondon. com/business/2012 Charter. Charter members will be promoted via Visit London's enquiry service and VisitBritain's network of overseas offices. For Olympics-related contracts and business opportunities, business enterprises can sign up to CompeteFor London 2012 at compete for.com.


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