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China’s jet setting population fuels tourism market | Money Talks

More than 260 million Chinese travelers visited international destinations in 2018, making it the world's largest source market for the tourism industry. Our Senior Business Producer, Mobin Nasir, caught up with the head of the Chinese association of small and medium enterprises, Marcus Lee, in Istanbul to discuss the tourism industry.

Turkey debuts safe tourism certificate at Antalya conference

Turkey debuts safe tourism certificate at Antalya conference

Australia's tourism industry encourages ‘staycation’

Australia's tourism industry encourages ‘staycation’

Tourism companies cater to local travellers amid pandemic | Money Talks

Tourism companies cater to local travellers amid pandemic | Money Talks

Chinese tourists anger Vietnam with controversial map T-shirts

Chinese tourists anger Vietnam with controversial map T-shirts

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

The internet is obsessed: Messi & Ronaldo

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

How Kazakhs reacted to the snap presidential election

Who is Qatar’s FIFA World Cup ambassador, Ghanim Al Muftah?

Who is Qatar’s FIFA World Cup ambassador, Ghanim Al Muftah?

Kazakh “orteke” puppet theatre bids for UNESCO recognition

Kazakh “orteke” puppet theatre bids for UNESCO recognition

Illegal drug trade increases in Germany

Illegal drug trade increases in Germany

Musk reactivates formerly banned Twitter accounts

Musk reactivates formerly banned Twitter accounts

How is this World Cup different from past editions?

How is this World Cup different from past editions?

Kazakh minister gives an exclusive interview about Turkic world

Kazakh minister gives an exclusive interview about Turkic world

Top four World Cup underdog stories

Top four World Cup underdog stories

Kizilelma expected to make first flight by 2023

Kizilelma expected to make first flight by 2023

​​History of the FIFA World Cup

​​History of the FIFA World Cup

Al Rihla: the future of football

Al Rihla: the future of football

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