DR and China discuss importance of Chinese tourism for the country
Santo Domingo.– The China Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic and the Dominican-Chinese Business Union held a tourist meeting to discuss the importance of Chinese tourism in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean.
The first tourist meeting, held at APEC University’s (UNAPEC) Culinary Hall, was attended by relevant personalities of the sector, including Tourism deputy minister Fausto Fernandez, who emphasized the importance of the Chinese market for achieving the goal the country has set.
Dominican-Chinese Chamber president Yeuk Fai Cheung said that in recent years the Chinese tourism industry has strengthened, for the Asian country annually sends more than 100 million tourists to the rest of the world.
“The new Chinese policy is to focus investment and tourism destinations on the Caribbean and Latin America. It is a fact that in September this year we will have a direct flight from one of our major cities to Havana, Cuba,” said Yeuk Fai Cheung.
May 9, 2015
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