Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua
Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua
China economy

China’s consumer spending surges over extended Labour Day holiday

  • Tourism revenue up 16.1 per cent at US$17.5 billion as traveller numbers rise 13.7 per cent
  • Box office revenue grows to 1.5 billion yuan from 990 million yuan in 2018

Topic |   China economy
Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua
Revenue from tourism over China’s extended Labour Day holiday rose 16.1 per cent year on year to US$17.5 billion. Photo: Xinhua
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