Halting of individual travel to Taiwan reflects Beijing's displeasure: Analyst



China has said it will not be issuing individual travel permits for its people to visit Taiwan, citing the current state of cross-straits relations as reason. Asia political risk analyst Ross Feingold gave some context into the possible rational behind China’s move, and how this will affect businesses on both sides of the strait.

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4 Replies to “Halting of individual travel to Taiwan reflects Beijing's displeasure: Analyst”

  1. On Guard

    Thank you China! Taiwan should be happy. No more rude, pushy, obnoxious, condescending, entitled travelers from the Mainland messing up the environment and treating the Taiwanese as if they need Chinas tourism if they are to survive. Tourism from China is only 4% of their national income so they should have have no problem attracting better and more experienced travelers to their shores. Taiwan is a beautiful country and doesn’t need to be bothered by the locusts from the Mainland.

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