Recently, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden jointly kicked off a tourism campaign to offer more distinctive travel experiences to Chinese visitors.
The number of tourists from China rose to 1.1 million from 1.04 million in 2017.
The travel alerts issued by both side could reverse the progress made between Canada and China.
Government figures show about 450,000 people from China visited the New Zealand last year.
The State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission didn’t specify how long the travel rules will apply.
The first three ManU experience centers will open in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenyang by the end of 2020, with the Beijing center next to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
Mainland tourists contributed about 31% of the overall international tourism revenue recorded in Belt and Road countries in 2017.
Thailand, Japan, Indonesia and Singapore are among the most popular destinations while Nordic countries, the United Arab Emirates and Spain have seen the fastest growth of Chinese visitors.
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