NEW YORK — Major U.S. importers plan to keep a close eye on the SARS situation in Hong Kong and China’s Guangdong province this week, following Friday’s announcement from the World Health Organization that it had lifted its recommendation to postpone nonessential travel to those areas.

While executives described the development as positive, they said they’d take a few more days to decide whether to rescind corporate orders against traveling to those two sites, which have seen some of the highest rates of SARS infections.

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