SURVEY: TRAVEL TO CANADA KEEPS MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET

At $452 a day, Hong Kong is the most expensive city in the world (and was in 1997 at $474 per day) for the business and meeting travelers in 1998. On the other hand, travel to Canada is the best bargain, with per-diem expenses as low as $97 in Hamilton, Ontario. So says the Runzheimer Guide to Daily Travel Prices, published by the Rochester, Wis.based management consulting firm Runzheimer International.

On the high side, just behind Hong Kong is Moscow at $430; Buenos Aires, London, a

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