Management's Best of Business Travel Guide

Ombler, Kathy
July 2004
New Zealand Management;Jul2004, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p59
Presents a business travel guide for executives in New Zealand. Suggestion for several hotels to stay; Information on services offered by several airlines; List of corporate travel agents.


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