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Significantly more Chinese plan to travel in the rest of the year, confidence in journeys returned to pre-coronavirus level, shows a survey


Chinese domestic tourism market is expected to see a bounce back in the remainder of this year, as people becoming increasingly confident and willing to travel as they are less concerned about the coronavirus outbreak, a report showed.

About 70 per cent people surveyed said they had plans for travel from September to December, thanks to the effective prevention and control of COVID-19 domestically, according to a report released by McKinsey & Co, a global management . . .

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