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Group forecasts international travel to U.S. will fall 6% in next three months

Reuters India Tuesday, 3 March 2020
International travel to the United States will fall 6% over the next three months amid growing concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Travel Association forecast Tuesday.
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