As China opens its borders, retailers are set to benefit from tourism

As of 29 April, international travellers entering China no longer need to take a PCR test, they only need to take a rapid antigen test, which they can administer themselves. The country has fully opened its borders after a three-year wait, and its residents are also making the most of it. According to China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism, the recent Lunar New Year holidays saw 308 million domestic trips, generating almost RMB 376 billion (A$80.7 billion) in tourism revenue.  Domestic t

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