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March 08, 2012 - 09:05 AM ET

AirPlus International and JPMorgan Chase announced a "strategic partnership" to provide multinational organizations with corporate card and travel expense management programs. "Together, we are delivering a compelling alternative to traditional corporate card programs," according to J.P. Morgan Global Commercial Card Solutions president Andrew Pilkington. The companies said they would offer "a complete suite" of travel and entertainment payment solutions, adding that "new and innovative" features and benefits will be announced "in the coming months." J.P. Morgan Global Commercial Card claims "more than 6,000 public and private sector clients and more than 6 million cardholders." According to AirPlus executive board chairman Patrick Diemer, the partnership will "bring us ever closer to our goals of becoming the preferred global provider of business travel payment solutions."

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