CORPORATE TRAVEL

The cutting is far from over when it comes to travel expenses.

According to a recent survey of more than 220 travel managers conducted by the National Business Travel Association, 74 percent of U.S. companies will continue to seek out new travel cost-cutting measures in 2002. The most-targeted areas include air (58 percent) and hotel expenditures (57 percent).

“Meeting business objectives while keeping travel costs down will be a major priority in 2002,” predicts Marianne McIn

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