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Chinese outbound tourism booms with outbound tourists exceeded 100 million to November in 2014
Chinese outbound tourist total hits record 100 million.
The number of outbound mainland Chinese tourists exceeded 100 million in the year to November, according to China's Ministry of Tourism.
Trips to 'Oceania', which includes Australia, accounted for only 1.1 per cent of all outbound tourist flows.
The data tallies with Australian Bureau of Statistics numbers that show shot-term trips from China have grown from 234,000 in 2003-04 to 769,000 in 2013-14.
Asia accounted for 89.5 per cent of all outbound tourist travel, Europe 3.5 per cent; Africa 3 per cent and the Americas 2.7 per cent.
The number of visitors to South Korea and Japan grew fastest in the past year, with growth rates exceeding 40 per cent.
The number of mainland Chinese travelling abroad this year, excluding trips to Hong Kong and Macau, is more than ten times the 8.5 million people who travelled abroad in 1998.
  Source: The Daily Telegraph

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