China's tourism growth prospects are optimistic

[May Point Network] Among the 181 countries in the world, the growth of China's tourism industry in the past 10 years has been ranked first by the World Tourism Association. Optimistic estimates, China's tourism production this year can still grow by 6.5%...

[May Point Network] Among the 181 countries in the world, the growth of China's tourism industry in the past 10 years has been ranked first by the World Tourism Association. It is optimistic that China's tourism production this year will still grow by 6.5%.

At the end of the Beijing time last weekend, the London-based World Travel Association (WTTC) announced its rating reports and market analysis for 181 countries in various sectors around the world. They assessed that global tourism production fell by 4.8% last year and caused a tragic situation of 5 million people (5.6 million in 2008).

“This is the biggest blow to the tourism industry after the Great Recession. The recovery may start from this year, but it will not be effective until next year.” World Tourism Association President and CEO Jean-Claude Baumgarten The First Financial Daily reporter said.

Overall, from 2010 to 2020, the tourism economy is expected to grow at an annual rate of 4.4%, while providing 300 million jobs by 2020.

China’s tourism performance is still better than most developed countries. Compared with the slow recovery and negative growth of European countries, it is optimistic that China's tourism production will still grow by 6.5% this year and may increase by 9% every year for the next 10 years. If the scope is narrowed to the Asian sector, China's overall tourism sales rose from the second place in 181 countries to the number one.

"The United States remains the world's leading tourism economy, and its tourism industry has created more than three times the total value of its economy compared to its nearest competitors, such as Japan and China. And the United States may be difficult to surpass in 10 years. "Bomgaden said.

According to figures provided by the association, the world's number one tourism country is the United States (this year's total tourism sales is expected to be $1.3 trillion; 2020 is expected to be about $2.49 trillion), with an average growth rate of 3.7% in about 10 years. . The world's second-largest sales of China's tourism industry totaled US$499 billion, about 37% of the US. However, this gap is narrowing, because according to the expected results after 10 years, China's total tourism sales may reach nearly 80% of the United States.

“China may send 95 million visitors to other regions, and the amount of domestic travel will continue to rise.” Baumgarden said, “developed countries may still continue to lead the future of global tourism, but they have already encountered 'ceilings’. ."

According to the statistics of the World Tourism Association, after 10 years, the employment opportunities created by the tourism industry may increase from the current 60.1 million to 89 million, accounting for 10.7% of the total economic employment.

According to the agency’s explanation to this reporter, by 2020, one out of every 9.4 jobs in China comes from tourism. (First Financial Daily)

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