Last week's terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, have launched a discussion on how to install adequate security measures at international hotels that are frequented by business travelers and often attract crowds. The Association of Corporate Travel Executives has issued a list of security practices that it plans to promote to hotels, including training on evacuating guests, installing secondary communications such as a PA system, and providing blueprints and other detailed hotel information to police and fire officials.

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