China’s tourist sites and major cities like Osaka and Tokyo are booming, as the country’s economic recovery ramps up.
The growth of tourism is set to accelerate as China, a rising power, seeks to regain its footing as a global economic power.
But a new wave of travel is also set to follow.
The economic boom has been slow to pick up, but there’s still plenty of room to get off the ground.
For many Chinese, tourism is their main source of income.
The country has struggled to build a global tourism industry.
Many locals say tourism is more important to their economic development than traditional industries like farming, fishing and construction.
And as China’s economy slows, tourism may be the main driver of the recovery.
The economy is still growing slowly, but the country is hoping that tourism will continue to drive its growth.
Tourism is still a very small part of China’s GDP, but tourism accounts for about 30% of the countrys gross domestic product.
The new surge of visitors is set in motion by the government’s plans to increase the number of tourists by 15 million to 50 million over the next five years.
Tourism is expected to grow by nearly 25% to $9.8 trillion in 2020, according to the country, which aims to double the number and size of its international tourist agencies by 2030.
The growth is already a boon for the Chinese economy, but it is expected by many economists to be even more so.
A recent study by China’s National Development and Reform Commission said the country will likely grow at an average annual growth rate of 7.8% in 2020.
This growth is not the same as the world’s fastest growth rate, but is expected not only to accelerate but to double in the next three years.
That growth will come as China is increasingly reliant on overseas tourism, as it is increasingly seen as the future of the world.
China has spent $50 billion in overseas tourism over the last two years.
In addition, China has launched several tourism projects abroad, including a new park in the Philippines, a new ski resort in South Korea and a new port in the Bahamas.
For now, China’s economic slowdown and the rise of the Trump administration are causing concern in some quarters.
The U.S. economy was expected to expand by 4.5% in the fourth quarter, and the U.K. economy contracted by 1.4%.
China has been in recession for two years now, and a recent report said China’s trade deficit with the U., Europe and Japan had reached $4.3 trillion in fiscal year 2019.