Business travelers may be spared tax increases from cities

01/2/2012 | USA Today

The jury's still out, but many analysts say they believe U.S. cities won't subject business travelers to new taxes in 2012. "Business travelers and their companies are always negatively impacted by local travel taxes, which in turn hurts the local economy," said Joe Bates, senior director of research for the GBTA Foundation, which is the Global Business Travel Association's education wing.

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