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Info graphic by @IBTimes takes a snapshot of International Chinese Tourism

Info graphic by @IBTimes takes a snapshot of International Chinese Tourism | Tourism Social Media | Scoop.it
#Infographic by @IBTimes takes a snapshot of international #Chinese #tourism industry http://t.co/PzXSG2SlDK #travel #abroad #overseas

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China is most likely to turn into the world No. 1 international tourism source market within the year 2012

China is most likely to turn into the world No. 1 international tourism source market within the year 2012 | Tourism Social Media | Scoop.it

China is most likely to turn into the world No. 1 international tourism source market within the year 2012. Destinations all over the world are increasing their efforts to welcome Chinese visitors. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt, director of COTRI China Outbound Tourism Research Institute, has recently given keynote speeches at China outbound tourism workshops in Wuppertal/Germany and Colombo/Sri Lanka and will give further advice during the COTTM fair in Beijing next week.


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Behold the tech-savvy, young and affluent Chinese traveller, coming to a country near you

Behold the tech-savvy, young and affluent Chinese traveller, coming to a country near you | Tourism Social Media | Scoop.it

In fifteen years, the Chinese middle class will reach 800 million, up from 300 million today. Over the next five years, affluent Chinese consumers will grow from four million to 20 million.

It has changed, and will continue to change, the dynamics of the world we live in, and have huge impacts on the global travel and tourism industry.


Via Paul Sloan, Tourism Australia Global Insights
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