January 2014
Travel Weekly (UK);1/30/2014, Issue 2204, p94
Trade Publication
The article presents views of various people on the relocation of various travel companies to other countries of Europe with an aim of selling their travel packages across European borders. It includes accountant Chris Photi of White Hart Associates, Kevin Davis, consumer and competition policy manager at the Great Britain's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, and John de Vial, head of financial protection of the Association of British Travel Agents (Abta).


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