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About 1.42 million Chinese business tourists travelled to Australia

5 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Tourism Australia is doing a good job in alluring more Chinese tourists. According to the country's tourism board, Tourism Australia, 1.42 million Chinese tourists travelled to Australia in the year.
It represents 13 percent year over year growth in tourism. For a relatively high-end and long-haul destination like Australia, to continue to have double digit growth after hitting well over 1 million annual Chinese arrivals is impressive to say the least.
Tourism Australia wants to preserve this momentum and is hoping to achieve that goal via two new strategic partnerships with major Chinese...
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