Analysis from PricewaterhouseCoopers confirms that domestic travel and lodging will take a hit from the war and heightened security warnings. Based on a scenario briefing released earlier this month by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, PwC forecasts that, if the war lasts four to six weeks, ends in a victory for the U.S., and doesn’t disrupt the flow of oil supplies, revenue per available room will go down for the first two quarters of 2003 and return to the baseline growth ...

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