China has a long and illustrious history of tourism, and tourism is now the most lucrative sector of the Chinese economy, with the number of visitors expected to reach more than $200 trillion by 2020.
In 2018, China logged a total of 3.17 billion tourists, and this year the number will surpass $80 trillion.
As of April 2019, China was the number one tourist destination in the world, and the country has more than 300 million people in its cities and towns, with tourism accounted for a large part of their incomes.
The country is also the world’s biggest source of tourism revenue, with China accounting for about 80% of all tourism receipts.
China’s tourism revenue has grown at a steady pace over the past few years, as its economy has been growing rapidly and the economy has become more efficient.
However, in 2018 China recorded the highest annual GDP growth in the history of the country.
This is a testament to the importance of tourism in China, and has driven the country’s economic growth over the last several years.
It has helped the country become one of the world leaders in tourism, with annual tourism revenue reaching $8.3 trillion.
China is also one of Asia’s most important tourist destinations, with an estimated 12.6 million foreign tourists visiting China each year, accounting for close to 20% of the total global total.
Tourism is now China’s largest export sector, accounting of over 60% of its total GDP.
Tourism accounts for a majority of China’s trade, and in 2018 the Chinese government increased the number or import duty on most items to help support the tourism industry.
In addition to the tourism sector, China is one of many countries in the region that has a strong focus on tourism and is increasingly becoming a tourist destination.
China has been a key destination for international travelers, with over a quarter of all international tourists choosing to visit China in 2018.
Tourism also plays a large role in China’s economic development, as China has become one the world countries with the highest GDP growth rates in recent years.
China grew its GDP by 4.9% between 2014 and 2018, and as a result, the country accounts for over 70% of global GDP growth.