By David Bailey CHICAGO, March 20 (Reuters) - Many large U.S. corporations said on Thursday they had banned all but essential travel to the Middle East and curtailed travel in the United States because of the Iraq war, another blow to the already struggling airline industry. Some 21 percent of corporations in a Business Travel Coalition survey this week had banned all international travel and one-third of the rest were considering a ban. Nearly half restricted domestic business travel as ...
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