At a panel discussion on international travel and safety at AIME 2003, the 11th annual AsiaPacific Incentives and Meetings Expo that took place held in February in Melbourne, Australia, political risk specialist Peter Stening of the Stening Simpson Group, Sydney, reiterated that no destination could be considered safe from terrorist attack. One incentive planner in the audience asked, "How do we sell travel in this climate of fear?" Stening replied, "Sell travel the way you always have: Sell ...

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