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BITE 2011 attire les plus grands magnats de l'industrie du voyage

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SINGAPOUR - La précédente exposition internationale du tourisme de Beijing (BITE) comptait 82 pays et 25 provinces (avec Hong Kong, Macao et Taiwan), 796 exposants et 214 acheteurs accueillis.

SINGAPORE – The previous Beijing International Tourism Expo (BITE) boasted 82 countries and 25 provinces (with Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan) in participation, 796 exhibitors, and 214 hosted buyers. With this in mind, BITE 2011 will soar to new heights.

BITE returns to the global stage for its eighth edition from June 17-19, 2011. It is Asia’s leading annual travel and tourism event and is being staged at a new venue – the China National Convention Centre (CNCC) – which was used as a
communications center during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

In this highly-anticipated BITE 2011, exhibitors can expect high visitorship from industrial players and trade consumers. With the Beijing Tourism Administration (BTA) as a partner and co-organizer, there will be considerable state assistance to the industry, making business dealings and networking hassle free!

With this liberalization, processing of travel documents for tourists and travel agencies will be streamlined, and other incentives are in the pipeline. In addition, infrastructural improvements following the 2008 Beijing Olympics, has enhanced the country’s transportation network. China’s strong economic growth in recent years has also added support to the industry, underpinning
domestic tourism and creating an exciting environment for foreign visitors.

BITE 2011 has attracted many travel industry leaders and professionals from afar such as South Africa, Kenya, Switzerland, Spain, India, South Korea, and more! These countries are renowned for their wide variety of tourist attractions, and their participation in BITE 2011 will enable interaction and
networking with their Chinese counterparts at the highest levels. Certainly BITE 2011 is the ideal opportunity for them to gain a foothold in Asia-Pacific markets.

BITE 2011 is an enormous showcase of tourism destinations and attractions, as well as travel-related goods and services. BITE 2011 will fulfill all the wishes of its participants.