China's outbound travel expected to rise in 2009.
Monday, 11th May 2009
Source : HVS International
China's outbound travellers are forecast to record more then 48 million in 2009, reflecting a 6% growth from close to46 million in 2008.

The majority of the travellers, approximately 44 million, are expected to visit Asian destinations, with Japan and South Korea being most popular.

Taiwan is also expected to witness strong growth in Chinese arrivals due to the recent opening up of travel between both countries.

The growth rate for China's outbound travellers is projected to record 10% in 2010 as driven by the expected recovery in the economy.

In 2008, there was an approximate 12% growth in Chinese outbound travelling from 2007 figures as a result of the appreciating Chinese yuan.


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