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According to a new survey, U.S. companies spent 16.5 percent less on air travel in 2001 than they did in 2000. Furthermore, says the survey, it's looking like business travel will continue to decline despite an economy that's been inching its way back from the past year's doldrums.

The just-released 2002 U.S. Business Travel Survey indicates that far from being reinvigorated by the upward-trending economy, business travel by air remains somewhat grounded. Some of the survey's findings

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