China's Lunar New Year holiday travel spending is higher than pre-Covid levels

Visitors near Yuyuan Bazaar in Shanghai, China, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.

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China's travel activity and spending rose above pre-pandemic levels during the Lunar New Year holiday, a sign that consumption is improving in the world's second-largest economy.

About 474 million domestic trips were made during the eight-day festival, a 34.3% increase over the previous year. For published data of the country Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Sunday.

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