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Gansu's tourism industry booms

Updated: 2013-12-06
( chinadaily.com.cn )

Gansu province saw its tourism revenue for the first 10 months of this year increase 32.3 percent year–on-year to 59.44 billion yuan ($9.76 billion), according to statistics released by the Gansu Tourism Administration.

According to the statistics, about 95.57 million domestic and foreign travelers visited Gansu from January to October this year, reflecting a year-on-year increase of 28.2 percent.

It is expected that Gansu will receive more than 100 million visitors in 2013 with annual tourism revenue exceeding 61 billion yuan ($10.01 billion).

This year, the provincial government has implemented large projects, built scenic spots and developed import industries in a bid to speed up development of the province's tourism sector.

In June, the provincial government divided the district into six cultural tourism zones – Dunhuang cultural tourism zone, Qilian cultural tourism zone, Tinama cultural tourism zone, Maiji cultural tourism zone, Kongtong cultural tourism zone and Xiangbala tourism zone – and one cultural tourism belt – the Yellow River travel belt.

Gansu province has increased efforts to attract investment in cultural tourism projects. By the end of August, there were 472 tourism projects with a total investment of 97.7 billion yuan ($16.04 billion). The province's cultural tourism industry is developing rapidly thanks to these projects.

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