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China set for full recovery in tourism, but spending remains sluggish

Villagers walk on a road in Bageaigezi Villge of Akto County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 31, 2021. Local farmers and herdsmen in the mountainous area of Pamirs have seen their life turning better with the development of tourism and the improvement of infrastructure.  Photo: Xinhua

Villagers walk on a road in Bageaigezi Villge of Akto County, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, March 31, 2021. Local farmers and herdsmen in the mountainous area of Pamirs have seen their life turning better with the development of tourism and the improvement of infrastructure. Photo: Xinhua

The number of domestic trips in China during the upcoming May Day holidays will likely surpass the level of 2019, a year before the COVID-19 pandemic, industry experts predicted on Tuesday, as one of the hardest-hit sectors by the virus rolls toward a full-fledged recovery.

However, tourism income could remain below pre-coronavirus level, with a recovery of about 60-70 percent from the 2019 level expected, as consumer spending…

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