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Posted On January 29, 2018By StefanIn Consumer, News

Europe lures Chinese Tourists

The EU and China have common objectives with the EU-China Tourism Year - to improve mutual understanding, encourage cultural exchange and stimulate trade and investment. Read More
As tourism increasingly becomes a key factor for economic development worldwide, two major global actors met here on Friday to agree on boosting cooperation and investments in the sector.Read More
According to Li Jinzao, the Tourism Year has delivered the strong commitment made by the leadership of the two countriesRead More
China’s travel market is growing and Chinese travellers are on the lookout for new destinations, and they have discovered Hungary – their newest holiday playground.Read More
The airport has launched a series of services targeting the needs of Chinese passengers such as Chinese-speaking services and Chinese signboards and maps.Read More
Visitors were attracted by a cheap pound, which has persisted following last year's EU referendum.Read More
WeChat is one of the country's leading mobile communication platforms and is used on a daily basis by more than 900 million smart phone owners. Read More
Birthplaces of Marx and Engels seek to profit from fans of communist thinkers.Read More
Chinese internet giant Tencent, which runs one of China’s most widely used mobile payment tools, has taken its cashless payment experience to the home market of Apple Pay by serving Chinese outbound travellers in the US. Read More
Ask a boutique selling pricey luxury goods in France or Italy who their top customers are and the answer most likely will be Chinese tourists on an international spending spree.Read More