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Chinese travel demand to outstrip tourism infrastructure by end-decade: Bernstein

Chinese outbound tourists will hit 200 million by 2030, which will outstrip the tourist infrastructure in terms of hotel rooms and flights, Bernstein says.
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Wolfgang G. Arlt: China neighbors seen as first port of 2021 call

At the end of this annus horribilis, after so much hardship and so much obedience demonstrated by societies in lockdown around the world, we are all entitled to a nice Christmas present and the prospect of a better tomorrow.
Winning The Future Chinese Tourist

Winning the Chinese Tourist & China Tourism Blacklist

The AGB Webinar hears from Professor Wolfgang Arlt of COTRI, Shirley Tam of Okada Manila and Desmond Lam of UMAC to discuss future expectations of the Chinese tourist and the impact of the "China Tourism Blacklist."

China domestic flights, trains back to pre-virus levels, travel strong

Chinese domestic flights and hi-speed train links are back to their pre-virus levels of volume and there is still a strong demand for travel with 100 million trips in the first week of May and 80 million in the three-day Dragon Boat festival in June.
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China outbound travel appetite still holding strong: COTRI

According to the China Outbound Tourism Research Institute (COTRI), Chinese demand to travel overseas remains strong and businesses in the industry are expecting a big improvement by 2022 from 2019 levels.

Road to Tourism Recovery

The second Webinar in the AGB Webinar Series will take a look at the recovery of tourism and in particular the key Chinese tourism segment.

Asia remains first choice for mass, but VIPs venturing further

It’s difficult to enter a tourist hotspot in Asia without observing signs written in Chinese, or a street vendor shouting greetings in Mandarin - a testament to the influence of Chinese outbound tourism.
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Macau Sept. tourist arrivals gain, overnight guests decline

Tourism arrivals showed strong growth into Macau in September, though government data shows the biggest gains were in the lower spending day tripper category.

Suncity ups stake in Summit Ascent to almost 28 percent

Suncity Group Holdings has bought a further 24.68 percent stake in Summit Ascent Holdings for HK$717.8 million ($91.5 million) as it seeks to build an “integrated tourism-related platform.”

GGR to bottom out in Q2: Jefferies

The slowdown in Macau’s gross gambling revenue is expected to bottom out in Q2, with recent tax cuts and credit easing in China likely...

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