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Elevator Story
I am trying to learn about the tourism growth from China in Europe. Because I want to find out if the Chinese market is one of the sectors with major growth opportunities and discover its impact on the future. Analyse the ways to adapt to this growth and its huge market. In order to make my reader be aware of the growing Chinese tourism and the great opportunities it can lead to.

Bibliography
Holmes, E. (2011) “Stores Push for Chinese Tourists; Visitors From China Are Big Spenders in U.S. but Visa Red Tape Means They Often Opt for Europe”. Wall Street Journal. [Online] Accessed March 15th, 2013. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/870852211?accountid=30549

In this article Holmes certifies that there are more Chinese tourists coming to Europe than the U.S.A.

Holmes is straightforward and evaluative over his points.

Harney, A. (2004) “Aproved Europeans expect Chinese tourist groups”. Financial Times (London,UK). [Online] Accessed March 21st, 2013. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/249562090?accountid=30549

In this article Harney debates the impact on Europe after the new regulations inserted in China (Restriction on group travel is lifted and Europe is one of the approved destinations) providing us with some estimates of number of Chinese tourists coming to Europe and informs us about the most attractive destinations for them.

Harney provides us with very useful facts and estimations on the subject which support the main idea of our project.

Klaus, R. K. (2008) “The implications of rapid economic growth in china for spatial development in metropolitan city-regions in Europe”. The Town Planning Review, [Online] Vol.79(2), 331-346. Accessed March 20th, 2013. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/232852109?accountid=30549

This article discusses about the Chinese rapid growth and how Europe has adapted...
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