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Cross-Strait tourism benefits Taiwan, mainland economies

(Xinhua)

13:47, October 27, 2012

TAIPEI, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- Millions of tourists from the Chinese mainland and Taiwan are making cross-Strait tours every year, bringing huge benefits to both economies and helping reduce misunderstandings.

A cross-Strait travel fair kicked off in Taipei on Friday, offering the mainland and Taiwan an opportunity to showcase tourist attractions and market their tourism products.

A total of 368 promotion booths have been set up at the travel fair, with 235 from the mainland and 133 from Taiwan.


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