Six more Countries gain ADS

The China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) approved six more countries as destinations for Chinese tourists from October 15th 2007.

According to the CNTA the six new ADS-Countries are: Oman, Morocco, Monaco, Syria, Namibia and Bulgaria.

China had 132 Approved Destination Status countries and regions at the end of 2006. The 132 ADS-Countries include approx. 86 countries which are open for Chinese tourist groups.


2 Comments to “Six more Countries gain ADS”

  1. Michael says:

    ‘China had 132 Approved Destination Status countries and regions at the end of 2006. The 132 ADS-Countries include approx. 86 countries which are open for Chinese tourist groups.’ – I thought ADS meant ‘are open for Chinese tourist groups’? So what is the difference between the 132 number and 86 number?

  2. Sonia says:

    Hello Kay Shaefer;

    I would like to know the countries that have ADS with China.
    I am doing a Master course withe Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and need this data.
    Thank you in advance,

    Sonia

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