The organization expects trips from the U.S. overseas will also be constrained by worries overseas, including recession in Europe and slower growth in China.GBTA projects international outbound spending to grow 2.5 percent this year. Less than a year ago, GBTA forecast growth of more than twice that.
Economic Uncertainty Hurts Business Travel
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