BCD Travel acquires minority interest in Dubai partner
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 28 - 2013 at 04:21
Netherland-based BCD Travel has said it has acquired a minority stake in its Dubai-based travel management partner, Buying Business Travel has reported. BCD Travel said the majority of the BCD Travel LLC will continue to be owned by Khalid Al Rostamani, vice chairman of AW Rostamani Group, said the CEO of BCD Travel, Joop Drechsel. "Our investment in Dubai enhances our ability to support companies and travellers in this dynamic region. It's a natural outgrowth of our long partnership with a solid company that already services many of our top multinational customers," he said.
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