China has announced plans to resume visa-free policies and expand its visa-exemption list in an effort to revive its tourism industry after the pandemic. The State Council of China stated that more international flights will be resumed or added, and visa assurances on arrival will be promoted.
The government also aims to facilitate smoother immigration clearances for cruises and self-driving tourists. Additionally, the creation of more tax-rebate shops and enhanced tax-rebate services will be implemented to attract tourists.
These measures are expected to encourage more tourists to visit China and boost the country's post-pandemic tourism business.
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