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China’s travel deficit to exceed 100 million trips in five years

01/17/2019| 9:30:22 AM|

The imbalance in outbound and inbound travel in China will expand further as applications for tourist visas have gotten easier globally, according to the report.

China's outbound travel will exceed inbound travel by 100 million trips in the next five years, and more liberal visa policies have been called for to improve the situation, according to a report on China's inbound and outbound tourism.

The imbalance in outbound and inbound travel in China will expand further as applications for tourist visas have gotten easier globally, according to the report, which was jointly released by the Center for China and Globalization and Ctrip, a Chinese online travel services provider, thepaper.cn reported on Wednesday.

Erasing the imbalance is an urgent task, and it is necessary to reform the application process for Chinese tourist visas since it would have a direct influence on narrowing the trade deficit in tourism, the report suggested.

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