Ep 19: What is the Future for Chinese Tourism in South East Asia?

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13 May 2020 • 41m12s

The return of Chinese travellers is global travel’s hottest topic.

This week, Gary and Hannah discuss whether South East Asia might serve as a benchmark for the recovery. All destinations are desperate for the return of Chinese spending power, but several overlapping factors need addressing before China opens its airspace for outbound flights.

So, we break the subject down into 5 key areas: Developments in Chinese Domestic Travel; China’s Government; Airlines; Chinese Consumers and South East Asian NTOs.

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