Part Eight: Key Sector Reports and Notes: Travel and Tourism

Reuvid, Jonathan
January 2005
Doing Business with China;2005, p382
The chapter focuses on the state of travel and tourism in China as of January 2005. Spending by tourists increased in 2002. The strongest growth in the market was in 2000. China is both the biggest source of tourists in the Asia-Pacific region and the most favored destination, according to an October 2004 survey by Visa International.


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