Chinese tourists contributed for 0.28% points of country's GDP in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews January 7, 2011
Chinese tourists accounted for 0.28% points of Taiwan's economic growth in 2010. As reported by Asia in Focus, according to a report of Directorate-General of Accounting and Statistics, the number of Chinese visitors to the country last year was 1.2 times more than a year earlier. The estimated percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) was created by approximately 1.19mn Chinese visitors.

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