Hogg Robinson Group and Citi Commercial Cards announced a "preferred relationship to deliver enhanced travel program" solutions. - Business Travel News

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November 29, 2012 - 03:35 PM ET

Hogg Robinson Group and Citi Commercial Cards announced a "preferred relationship to deliver enhanced travel program" solutions. Included could be those that address the "central travel account proposition," end-to-end travel-payment-expense management or investments in "next-generation products within the travel sector," according to the companies. The non-exclusive deal allows both companies to continue to work with others to serve clients.

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