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Jednotliví čínští turisté považováni za obrovský výtah pro tchajwanskou ekonomiku

Napsáno editor

China and Taiwan to hold another round of talks in late March on a plan to allow individual tourists from China to visit Taiwan, a move seen by many as a huge boost for Taiwan’s economy.

China and Taiwan to hold another round of talks in late March on a plan to allow individual tourists from China to visit Taiwan, a move seen by many as a huge boost for Taiwan’s economy.

Reuters reports that a transport ministry official said on Thursday that while there had been some speculation that a decision on the plan would be made soon, the situation would become clearer after the March talks.

“A major obstacle is that Taiwan is asking Chinese tourists to put down a deposit, the amount of which has yet to be decided, before their visits,” said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Taiwan has proposed that up to 500 mainland Chinese per day be allowed to visit as individuals on trips of up to 15 days. The quota would be in addition to an existing limit of 4,000 mainland tourists per day on group tours.

Although still politically sensitive, opening up to individual tourists is seen as the next stage in boosting economic ties between the two political rivals, whose relations have are at the best in 60 years since the signing of a landmark trade deal last year.

Mainland tour groups accounted for 1.63 million visitors in 2010, up 68 percent from the previous year. For the first time the number of mainland tourists exceeded those from Japan, which for decades has been Taiwan’s biggest source of visitors.

The tourism sub-index on the local stock exchange .THOI has risen about 30 percent in the last year on hopes of an influx of free-spending mainland tourists, while economists see benefits as individual travellers are expected to spread their spending more widely than visitors on group tours.

According to Reuters, China’s tourism chief, currently on a week-long visit to Taiwan with a delegation of travel industry executives, was quoted as saying this week that he would push for individual tourism to start from as early as the second quarter, with Beijing and Shanghai residents the first to be allowed to travel.