Visitor arrivals increased 21% y/y in September.

By bne IntelliNews October 27, 2010
Hong Kong's visitor arrivals increased 21.2% y/y and reached 2.73mn in September this year. As reported by news.gov.hk, according to the Tourism Board, cumulative arrivals increased 23.7% y/y to 26.18mn in the first nine months of this year. Mainland arrivals increased 22.7% y/y to exceed 1.62mn in September.

Visitor arrivals increased 21% y/y in September.

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