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More Chinese tourists could bring in millions - Taipei Times

More Chinese tourists could bring in millions - Taipei Times | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
Taiwan will open its doors tomorrow to independent Chinese travelers from six more Chinese cities, but it will take time for tourist numbers from those regions to build up, the National Immigration Agency said.
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Chinese tourists are world's biggest spenders - Channel NewsAsia

Chinese tourists are world's biggest spenders - Channel NewsAsia | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
Chinese tourists came out tops again as the world's biggest tax free shoppers in 2011, according to the latest intelligence data by Global Blue.
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Top 10 Asian Millionaire Nations by 2015

Top 10 Asian Millionaire Nations by 2015 | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
Asia will more than double the number of millionaires currently in the region, with just China and India accounting for more than 40% of global economic growth for 2011 and 2012. So says a new report from Swiss banking firm Julius Baer.
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Chinese GDP Broken Down by Province

Chinese GDP Broken Down by Province | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
China Briefing shared a stunning map of Chinese GDP break down by provinces, based on China’s 2011 yearly economic reports of local governments.
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Jing Book Review: “Luxury China: Market Opportunities And Potential” « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China

Jing Book Review: “Luxury China: Market Opportunities And Potential” « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it

China, as the world’s second-largest luxury market, is clearly the place to be for any luxury brand that wants to be taken seriously as a global player. But who are these Chinese luxury buyers we’re hearing so much about lately? Where do they live? How old are they? What drives their purchases? And how do you convince them to purchase more?

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Taiwan doubles quota for solo Chinese tourists

Taiwan will double its quota of independent Chinese tourists to allow up to 1,000 visitors a day, the government announced Sunday less than a year after lifting a ban on solo travel from the mainland.
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Singapore to attract Chinese tourists | Industries | chinadaily.com.cn

Singapore to attract Chinese tourists | Industries | chinadaily.com.cn | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
The Singapore Tourism Board said it has launched its customized marketing campaigns for the Chinese market on Wednesday.
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Chinese Millionaires Younger Than US Millionaires, Report Says - Forbes

Not only is China getting richer faster, but their richer are getting younger. All of this can make a super power jealous! Here's who's rich in Shanghai, the luxury capital of China, and where they are getting their money.
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U.S. stores push for Chinese tourists

Luxury retailers are trying to trim down the amount of time it takes to obtain a visa from China, in part because a Chinese tourist's primary activity is shopping, WSJ's Elizabeth Holmes reports.

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2011 Chinese Outbound Tourism Spending Expected To Reach $55 Billion « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China

2011 Chinese Outbound Tourism Spending Expected To Reach $55 Billion « Jing Daily : The Business of Luxury and Culture in China | The Chinese and luxury | Scoop.it
Jing Daily looks at the intersection of luxury and culture in China: the ins and outs of business development there with an eye toward the upscale consumer market, as well as the business of culture � from auctions, museums, and contemporary art to...
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