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COVID-19 Impact: Foreign investors pull out $26 billion from Asian economies, over $16 billion from India
“Foreign investors have pulled an estimated $26 billion out of developing Asian economies and more than $16 billion out of India, increasing concerns of a major economic recession in Asia,” independent Congressional Research Center said in its latest report on global economic effects of COVID-19.
Six ‘asymptomatic’ Chinese tourists put under surveillance in Shimla amid coronavirus outbreak; none visited Wuhan after 15 Jan
Six Chinese nationals, who arrived in Himachal Pradesh in the past few days, were put under surveillance in Shimla in view of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China
French luxury group Louis Vuitton makes $14.5 bn offer to buy US jeweller Tiffany in a bid to expand market: Report
Tiffany has hired advisers to review LVMH’s offer but has not yet responded to it, and there is no certainty that it will negotiate a deal, according to sources
As per the India Tourism Statistics 2017, the country had welcomed over 2 lakh Chinese tourists in 2017.
They did Nazi that coming: Chinese tourists detained in Berlin for posing with straight-armed Hitler salute
Two Chinese tourists were detained in Berlin for making the straight-armed Hitler salute for photos in front of the Reichstag parliament building
A Taiwan tour bus carrying tourists from China crashed into a highway railing en route to the airport on Tuesday and burst into flames, killing all 26 on board, Taiwanese authorities said Tuesday.
In a confidence building measure, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday announced that India will grant e-visas to Chinese tourists.
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to China, India is considering extending the tourist visa-on-arrival facility to citizens of that country.
Embassies are re-writing visa rules and governments are hammering out aviation pacts as record spending by Chinese travellers sets off a race around the world for a share of the Chinese tourist dollar.