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Visa-free deal boosts Chinese restaurant in Morocco

(CRI Online)    10:46, September 08, 2017

Waiters at Wang Luping's Chinese restaurant posing for a photo in front of the restaurant in Morocco. [Photo: Chinanews.com]

Overseas Chinese are finding increased business opportunities, thanks to an increase in the number of countries offering visa-free access, reports Chinanews.com.

Wang Luping runs a Sichuan restaurant in Morocco, taking 100,000 yuan (15,332 US dollars) per month.

Chinese tourists dining at Wang Luping's Chinese restaurant in Morocco. [Photo: Chinanews.com]

According to Wang, who comes from China's Zhejiang province, less than 1000 Chinese tourists visited Morocco before the country extended a visa-free policy to China in June 2016.

Since then, he says, the number of Chinese tourists to Morocco has increased by six times. However, as there were few Chinese restaurants in Morocco, Wang saw it as a business opportunity and opened his 'Great Wall' restaurant in January.

Chinese tourists dining at Wang Luping's Chinese restaurant in Morocco. [Photo: Chinanews.com]

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