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Business travel came back this year stronger than most industry analysts had predicted in the depths of the pandemic, with domestic travel rebounding by this fall to about two-thirds of the 2019 level.
But in recent weeks, it appears to have hit a new hurdle — companies tightening their spending in a slowing economy.
Henry Harteveldt, a travel industry analyst for Atmosphere Research, said that corporate travel managers have told him in