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China pushes tourism and travel

The number of Chinese tourists traveling abroad went up 20 percent in 2014. When a group of 6,000 Chinese tourists came to Paris, they booked 4,700 hotel rooms. The Foreign Minister greeted them at the airport and to accommodate them further, closed the Louvre for a day. Ted Fishman, author of China Inc. explains the ramifications of the Chinese tourist tidal wave.

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