Thirty-five percent of corporates admitted to cutting back on business trips abroad, in a survey by ACT Teleconferencing.
The study, which was carried out among a sample of companies in the FT Top 500, showed 59% of companies had implemented some form of safety precautions for employees who do have to travel overseas.
Of those questioned, 47% confirmed an increase in their overall use of telecommunications in response to the industry cut backs in travel.
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