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Uncertainty hits home on America travel ban
Feb 1, 2017 - Australian Financial Review

The British-Syrian chief executive of a Sydney-based business employing 140 people said his short-term plans had been scuttled by the immigration bans issued by US President Donald Trump.

Hichame Assi travels to the US every two or three months as chief executive of HotelsCombined, a website that books hotel rooms on behalf of partners worldwide, but has had to put a planned February trip on hold.

"I've been informed that I am now not allowed to go to the US for the next 90 days, eve

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