International passengers traveling on premium tickets decreased 23.6% year-over-year in May, marking the 12th consecutive month in which premium traffic was in decline, IATA said yesterday, warning that a "de-globalization" may be occurring that could discourage international business travel and trade even as economies recover. The May dip, reported in IATA's latest "Premium Traffic Monitor," was larger than the 22% drop in April and the 19.2% fall in the first quarter, suggesting ...

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