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>> Two days after the slaughter of over 80 people in Nice, and the city's businesses say they're beginning to feel the economic fallout. I'm Tom Borgen with Reuters on the Promenade des Anglais, and these should be humming with high spending visitors. However, restauranteurs, hoteliers, and shop keepers say after the truck attack on Thursday business is down significantly.
Some tourists have left early and gone home, others have cancelled visits, and many of those who have come are opting to come down here to the promenade and pay their respects to the victims rather than go out and party, go shopping, or visit the areas beauty salons. Business people say they hope that this is just a temporary lull, but already one hotelier told me that she'd already cancelled plans to take on additional workers this summer.
Other business people I've spoke to said they're concerned that after a series of mass killings in France in the past year the country's reputation may have been fundamentally damaged in the eyes of potential visitors.