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What Do Trump's First 100 Days Mean For Travel Industry?

Posted on April 19, 2017

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When Donald Trump was elected U.S. President in November, there was quite a bit of optimism in the travel industry that having a luxury hotelier in the Oval Office would help advance the goals of the U.S. as an international destination and U.S. travel companies.

Trump’s first few months in office, however, seem to have dispelled the notion his administration would be tourism and tourist friendly. 

Skift.com article here

Related Topics: business travel, business trends, corporate travel, Donald Trump, economic outlook, industry trends, leisure travel

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