Travel is an integral part of conducting business in our global economy, and it needs to be conducted with the appropriate duty-of-care standards in mind.

According to a recent study conducted by the Association of Corporate Travel Executives, Business Traveler magazine, and American Express Global Business Travel, the top concerns of business travelers are identity theft, political instability, and kidnapping. The idea of being stranded because of a lockdown or curfew; an in-flight terror incident; and a major health risk such as SARS, Ebola, or Zika are among the other major concerns for those traveling abroad for business.

Here are six helpful tips business travelers can use to stay safe during international travels:


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