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Topic - Joseph Torsella
The United States is condemning "excessive" high-class business travel by staffers with the United Nations and says the global body ought to bring costs in line to reflect the struggling world economies.
"There has always been a good and responsible tradition of a bit of alcohol improving a negotiation, but we're not talking about a delegate having a nip at the bar," said Joseph Torsella in a Newser report.
The U.N.'s policies for air travel are "out of whack," he said, in the AFP report.