China's Long Jump

Voyles, Bennett
February 2008
National Real Estate Investor;Feb2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p57
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rapid increases in the travel market in China. As travel spending grows, hotels keep capturing the increasing demand. The country had 1,021 hotels in its construction pipeline as of the third quarter of 2007. The potential for oversupply of hotels is highest at the luxury level, especially in cities that attract the most foreign travelers.


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