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December 12, 2012 - 10:20 AM ET

GlobalStar Travel Management partnered with Germany's Reisebuero Reeg, which operates five business travel locations and is headquartered in Tübingen. According to GlobalStar, Reisebuero Reeg "is connected to both the Amadeus and the Travelport" global distribution systems. According to to Andreas Reeg, the company's managing director, "We are excited to finally be able to offer a true multinational travel management solution."

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