Tourism in China

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China Tourism industry China is a vast land, rich in tourism resources. It comes out in front in the world in scenic spots and historical sites, spectacular landscape, and varied national customs.
With so many attractions, Ever since the Policy of opening and reform was adapted in 1978, the tourism industry in China, thanks to the great importance attached by the governments at various levels, has become a new but most dynamic and potentially strong factor in the tertiary industry. It has been serving as a new growth point in China’s national economy. And in many parts of the country, tourism has been regarded as a pillar, superior or priority industry in bringing up the local economic development. The position of tourism in the national economy continues to be enhanced and upgraded. As China integrates with the global economy, it’s tourist industry is expected to continue to boom in the next five years. It is forecasted that China’s tourism industry still develop with an annual growth rate of about 10 percent. Moreover the sustained growth in China’s gross domestic product is expected to further stimulate the growth of tourism industry, and the number of domestic tourism expected to increase by about 5 percent annually in the next few year. Accordingly the booming tourism industry has played a vital role in increasing consumption, reducing poverty and creating job opportunities. China has experienced several years of powerful domestic economic growth, and while the rate of GDPexpansion is now expected to decline (though still remaining healthy) indications are that the middle classwill continue to grow. This growth is resulting in outbound travel increasing in popularity, as more people have disposable income that can be used for holidays. As such we are forecasting substantial gains in the outbound travel market, with the number of annual…...

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