U.K., France Compete For China's Tourists
People from China are considered the world’s top tourists. Studies show that on average they spend more money than people from other countries do.
This is a relatively new development because China’s economy has boomed and government restrictions on travel have been eased. The middle class now has money. They want to see the world and of course there are millions of them.
The BBC’s China correspondent Carrie Gracie reports on what Britain and France are doing to attract them.
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- Carrie Gracie, China correspondent for the BBC.
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