doing business with/ for

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The award is given to companies doing business with tourists from other countries.

Can I say "business for" instead of "business with"?

If I can, is there any difference between with and for in this context?

Thank you for your help. :)
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    If you're doing business for tourists, you're doing business on behalf of those tourists. I doubt if that's what you mean.
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