Swine flu: Companies impose travel ban on staff

Telegraph.co.uk

Honda, the Japanese car company, said it was suspending all overseas trips for employees, while the FTSE 100 listed mining company Fresnillo said it was postponing “non-urgent” travel

Nokia, Samsung Electronics, Hon Hai, Swiss Re and Adidas were among other companies to place restrictions on travel. If the trend continues it could pose a serious threat for airlines – already hit by the global recession – many of whom rely on business class travel for a large proportion of revenue.

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