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Article from BTNews 8 FEBRUARY 2010

Business Travel and Meetings Show

EARLS COURT 2 is the home of the re-named Business Travel and Meetings Show (formerly known as Business Travel Show) 9-10 February.  Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Norman Baker MP will officially open the exhibition, his presentation outlining the Liberal Democrat’s vision for transport, which comprises two main goals: to improve conditions for all passengers and to reduce carbon emissions from the sector.  He will explain the party’s specific policy goals, which include the introduction of high speed rail funded through a lorry road user charging scheme and the introduction of a road user pricing scheme, which will be revenue-neutral for the average motorist.  Mr Baker is one of 45 top quality speakers on four stages over the two days, including Richard May, Credit Suisse; Simone Buckley, Bouda; Fabian Kleinjung, EADS; Kerrie Henshaw-Cox, BP International; Patrick Murphy, former Chairman, Ryanair and Jerome Drevon-Barreaux, ACTE.  Taking place at the same time at Earls Court is Travel Technology Europe. www.businesstravelshow.com www.traveltechnologyshow.com

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