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ChinaTravelNews Briefing: Mobile payment, blockchain and destination services
For the last fortnight, latest tourism statistics underlined China’s position as a vital source market, and fresh funding flowed into China's blockchain travel and destination service startups.
Chinese tourists contribute over one-fifth to global outbound spending
In the next decade, about one-fourth of global employment is expected to emerge in the travel industry, with Chinese tourism being the major driving force.
Chinese firms sign deal with European holiday brands to tap tourism sector
The aim of the deal is to explore the market of family holidays for the emerging middle class in China.
WeChat hotel marketing specialist ZhiKeTong raises 100 million yuan
Hotel direct marketing firm ZhiKeTong recorded more than 100 million yuan sales and nearly 1 million orders in one month in 2017.
Chinese theme park market to reach value sales of $6,079 million in 2017
New Mintel research reveals that the Chinese theme park market is estimated to reach value sales of RMB 39,545 million in 2017, growing 27% from 2016.
Shanghai Disneyland to raise ticket price up to RMB 665 next June
Started from June 6, 2018, Shanghai Disneyland will adopt a three-tier ticket price structure designated for regular periods, peak periods and peak holidays at RMB 399, RMB 575 and RMB 665.
China's theme park market expected to be world's largest by 2020
China's theme park market is set to become the world's largest by 2020, surpassing the United States and Japan, according to estimates by consulting company Euromonitor International.
Shanghai Disney harvests first-year success, but faces intensified competition
The Shanghai Disney Resort reaped positive results during its first full fiscal year of operation and is forecast to post sound growth in the future with competition from its Chinese rivals.
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