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As travel restrictions start to ease in some parts of the world, businesses are tentatively looking into the possibility of resuming international business travel. We take a look at the key issues that need to be considered first.

What will the changes to the Posted Workers Directive (PWD) mean for you and your organisation, ahead of the new revisions that come into effect at the end of this month?

ECA's International Business Trips Survey looks at the different policies that companies have for business travel, here are some of the latest findings.

Drawing on key insights from our International Business Trips Survey, we discuss the latest trends and best practice in managing business travel.

A typical business trip in Washington DC costs 8% more than in Los Angeles and 26% less than in New York.

A typical business trip in London costs 32% more than in Brussels and 18% less than in Geneva.

Hong Kong falls from regional top spot last year to second place.

Average cost of a business trip to Singapore is eight per cent cheaper than in Hong Kong.

How do you budget for extended business trips or for the cost of short assignment-related trips? With the right information companies can anticipate expenses and check whether there are savings to be made. Simon Franklin, ECA’s Benefits and Daily Rates Manager, explains.