China National Tourism and Leisure Outline Published

The General Office of the State Council of China recently announced a series of initiatives aimed at improving China’s travel and tourism infrastructure. These improvements, including the building, expansion and update of hotels, attractions, highways, and airports, are planned not only to make inbound travel easier for tourists visiting China, but also in hopes that these improvements will enhance the nation’s economy and its people’s quality of life. To read more about the planned improvements or the full report, click here.

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