August 29, 2013

The 10 Most Expensive International Cities for Business Travel

RCW, RealClearWorld


The summer is coming to an end, which for many means the end of long weekends and half-day Fridays at the office, and a return to days on the road conducting business. Whether you're running your own company or working off of a tight per diem, travel costs can add up -- especially for international business professionals. Luckily, the expense management experts at Concur Technologies have you covered. They recently compiled data from over 20 million of their users in order to determine how -- and where -- money is being spent on international business travel.

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