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Old 09-26-2017, 06:16 PM
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Reasonable transportation costs should be covered.

This usually means economy flights, and possibly trains/taxis with average accomodation.

For the accomodation the company will usually book it for you as they have corporate rates with various hotels. May also have some corporate apartments you could stay at. If you need to book the accomodation yourself, aim average rather than expensive, as they usually have a cap on the amount they can reimburse you for lodging.

If the company does not reimburse your travel costs, that should be a big red flag for you.
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