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Why pay for business travel? Choice Hotels cuts out paperwork — and costs | PaymentsSource

Choice Hotels, which operates a franchise of 7,100 global locations, spends a lot of time managing transactions. A new system developed with TreviPay could reduce that friction by allowing the chain to integrate directly with US business travelers’ employers. Direct Pay enables companies to consolidate all their employees’ hotel stays into a single weekly invoice …

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In Greece, holidaymakers are back but workers are in short supply – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article ATHENS — Greece is struggling to find enough people to work in its vital tourism industry — and has even asked Ukrainian refugees to help. Coronavirus meant two largely lost seasons for the tourism sector, but this year bookings are skyrocketing — officials hope to reach or even …

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Erdoğan walks a fine line as the Ukraine war’s double agent – ​​POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Whose side are you really on? That’s the question that’s bound to loom large in the mind of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy when he meets his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Lviv on Thursday. Of all the members of the NATO alliance, Erdoğan is easily the most …

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Future of tourism: cashless payments, digital operations

Earl Kim Padronia, Carlo Lorenciana August 12, 2022 HARNESSING modern technology—such as cashless payment systems and digitalization—is the future of the travel and tourism industry in the Philippines, stakeholders said. Carl Bryan Enerio, regional business head for enterprise sales at Maya Business, said e-wallet and other cashless modes of payment are the future of the …

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Europe needs energy solidarity — not a North-South rift – POLITICO

Simone Tagliapietra is a senior fellow at Bruegel. Last week, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen issued the clearest possible warning: “Russia is blackmailing us . . . using gas as a weapon.” Her alert came as the Commission proposed a “Save gas for a safe winter” package, instructing members countries to swiftly and …

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