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Chinese tourist incentives perk up visitor numbers

1 month ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Government efforts to expand tourism from China appear to be paying bonus, with special emphasize on the number of Chinese visitors in an otherwise lackluster tourism market.
This week's statistics NZ figures showed the Chinese arrival number to rise 11 percent to almost 445,000 annually ended April 30, speeding up from a yearly increase of 2.6 percent a year before. Chinese visitor numbers have increased at an average annual rate of 18 percent ever since April 2012.
The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment explains that China is balanced to become a dominant tourism market in...
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Iran makes efforts to tap big-spending Chinese tourists

Iran makes efforts to tap big-spending Chinese tourists

1 month ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The Iranian government is making a lot of efforts to tap the big-spending Chinese travelers via organizing international conferences aimed at bridging the gap of knowledge for the citizens of China.
Although Iran has close commercial relations with China, its share of the world's largest tourism source market is far less than its potential.
Based on the latest figures provided by China's embassy, around 117,000 Iranians obtained visas to the country in 2017 while the number of Chinese tourists to Iran hardly reached 70,000.
Although the number of Chinese visitors to Iran has increased by...
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