A trio of corporate travel buyers last week addressed their concerns about continuity in the travel supply chain, acknowledging that suppliers are in a rough spot. Hotel staffing is an issue. Would-be car renters can't find cars. Airlines are more focused on leisure routes.

Much of it is temporary, but potentially impactful to trip productivity just as business travel itself is questioned more than ever. It's on its way back already and, in the United States, could see an appreciable bump in September, if . . .

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