SARS Continues to Batter Corporate Travel

The latest survey from the Business Travel Coalition, conducted April 15 and 16, found that the majority of corporate travel and purchasing managers believe the severe acute respiratory syndrome really is as bad as it sounds in the newspapers. Sixty-five percent said they didn’t think the media was overreacting to the SARS epidemic, and 61 percent now have banned travel to Asian countries as a result, up from 27 percent just weeks ago. Only 1 percent said they were making no SARS-related trav

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