Aggregated China Travel News
North Korean quarantine not disrupting business much, but Ebola-sparked travel
Greenfield Daily Reporter
BEIJING — North Korea's quarantine of arriving foreigners to prevent Ebola has not disrupted business with the nation's largest trading partner, Chinese businesspeople say, although a tourist ban has hurt travel agencies that run tours to the reclusive country.

CTS braves choppy conditionsIFR AsiaChina Travel Service raised US$1bn from a debut offering of dual-tranche US dollar Reg S bonds last Monday amid choppy market conditions. Such were the conditions that Korea Expressway failed to print US dollar three…

US Hotels In Sweet Spot As Ebola, Putin Weigh On Global Travel
Nasdaq
Economies in Europe and China have slowed. China's slowed growth has dampened domestic travel, "so hotels can't price as well or push rates up," Bowers said. And while some overseas economies struggle, the U.S. dollar has also strengthened.

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Canada's Prime Minister to Travel to China Next Week to Meet Xi Jinping
Wall Street Journal
OTTAWA—Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Friday he would travel to China next week for a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping , which comes as tensions mount between the two countries over issues such as energy investment and …

Global Business Travel Spend is Expected to Reach a Record US$1.18 Trillion
Hotel News Resource (press release) (registration)
“The second fastest growth market in Asia is India which equally to China showed a 16% growth in the first decade of this century. Over the last 15 years, India has worked its way up the rankings of major global business travel markets from number 24 in 2000 …

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Canada's Prime Minister to Travel to China Next Week to Meet Xi Jinping
Wall Street Journal
OTTAWA—Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Friday he would travel to China next week for a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping , which comes as tensions mount between the two countries over issues such as energy investment and …

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HK protesters mull taking to Beijing's streets
China Post
But it is not clear whether student leaders, who have become well known through their speeches and media appearances, would be allowed to travel to the capital. Hong Kong citizens may travel freely into China as long as they have travel permits issued by …

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The Globe and MailIs this the new Route 66?The Globe and MailAnyone who has contemplated travel in China knows the roads in its big cities resemble a mall parking lot on Christmas Eve. The idea of navigating by signs written in impenetrable characters …

PM to visit China
Prime Minister of Canada (press release)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced that he will travel to the People's Republic of China from November 5 to 10 for an official visit. The visit will provide an opportunity to strengthen the longstanding ties between both countries and set the …

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Rapid City Journal
North Korean Ebola policies hit tourism businesses
Rapid City Journal
North Korea's quarantine of foreigners to prevent Ebola has not disrupted business with the nation's largest trading partner, Chinese businesspeople say, although a tourist ban has hurt travel agencies that run tours to the reclusive country. (AP Photo/Ng Han …

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North Korean quarantine not disrupting business much, but Ebola-sparked travel
Fox Business
BEIJING – North Korea's quarantine of foreigners to prevent Ebola has not disrupted business with the nation's largest trading partner, Chinese businesspeople say, although a tourist ban has hurt travel agencies that run tours to the reclusive country.

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North Korean quarantine not disrupting business much, but Ebola-sparked travel
The Republic
BEIJING — North Korea's quarantine of foreigners to prevent Ebola has not disrupted business with the nation's largest trading partner, Chinese businesspeople say, although a tourist ban has hurt travel agencies that run tours to the reclusive country.

India identified as top market in business travel space
Financial Express
Within them the I and C of the BRIC were vibrantly discussed at the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) seminar at ITB Asia, which recently concluded in Singapore. GBTA's BTI study also forecasts China to overtake the US as the world's number one …

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Asia Pacific to account for 40% of Global Business Travel spend in 2014.
4Hoteliers
“The second fastest growth market in Asia is India which equally to China showed a 16% growth in the first decade of this century. Over the last 15 years, India has worked its way up the rankings of major global business travel markets from number 24 in 2000 …

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