Monday July 6, 2020

Chinese windfall or Chinese boom?

Every year Ireland attracts 100,000 visitors from China, who tend to set tills ringing - and that number is set to rise and rise

9th June, 2019
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Welcome all, to the next big boom. International travel has hit an unprecedented high, running at 1.6 billion tourist arrivals globally in 2016, set to hit an estimated 1.8 billion by 2030. We are in the eye of a worldwide travel boom, as air routes open, channels of communication proliferate, and curious minds seek experiences as far from home as their imagination will carry them.

While any visitor to a European museum may rightly bemoan this global travel explosion...

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