mercoledì 17 luglio 2013
La Cina incentiva lo sviluppo del turismo
The Chinese government has announced a series of initiatives aimed at increasing travel among its citizens. In a recently-released document, the government emphasized the importance of travel as an avenue to enhance both the nation’s economy as well as individuals’ quality of life.
“Outlines of the Chinese Citizens’ Travel Initiatives 2013–2020,” released only in Chinese, details plans for improving China’s travel and tourism infrastructure and offering incentives to travel. Among the specific steps the government will take are:
-building or expanding airports, highways, hotels and attractions.
-increasing the amount of paid leave for workers.
-increasing tax deductions for company incentive and conference travel.
-allowing schools to expand current travel windows beyond summer and winter breaks.
Through October of last year, the number of Chinese visitors to the United States was up 37 percent from 2011. In light of this surge, the prospect of more Chinese travelers is compelling for tourism professionals.
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