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Tourism firms to receive more financial support

07-27-2010 16:42 BJT

China will lend financial support to companies in the tourism industry and encourage them to sell bonds and shares to raise funds, according to a statement from the State Council on a government website.

Foreign-invested tourism companies will be allowed on a trial basis to operate tours for Chinese citizens outside of the country, the statement said.

China International Travel Service Corp rose to the highest in more than seven months in Shanghai trading after the policy released.

The stock rose 1.6 percent to 22.28 yuan as of 9:32 am local time, heading for the highest close since Oct 15.

Editor:Xiong Qu |Source: China Daily

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