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China and India: Expansion of the Superpowers - International - June 2019

“A decade ago collaborative consumption was a relatively unknown concept and tourism related goods and services – including accommodation, rental cars and guided tours – were booked almost exclusively through travel agents or direct with a mainstream tourism provider such as a hotel, car rental firm or holiday letting company. The sharing economy has disrupted the tourism industry considerably in the interim and two of its biggest players – Airbnb and Uber – are now among the world’s biggest and most well-known brands. The number of tourism related shareconomy platforms has also grown significantly and includes things like room-sharing, ride-sharing, car-sharing, skill-sharing (in the form of guided tours, excursions and workshops), food and drink-sharing and even clothes-sharing.”

- Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction

    • Data Sources

      • Overview

        • Global powers rising in the East
          • China
            • Population
              • The potential impact of China’s ageing society
                • Figure 1: China’s population, 1950-2018
              • Economy
                • Figure 2: Chinese GDP growth, 2010-20
              • China faces diverse economic challenges
                • Exchange rate
                  • Figure 3: Exchange rate of the Chinese Renminbi & selected global currencies (1 April each year), 2012-19
                • India
                  • Population
                    • India’s younger population to drive consumer growth
                      • Economy
                        • India prepares for economic growth slowdown
                          • Figure 4: Indian GDP growth, 2010-20
                        • Exchange rate
                          • Figure 5: Exchange rate of Indian Rupee & selected global currencies (1 April each year), 2012-19
                      • Transport Infrastructure in China and India

                          • Chinese aviation takes on the world
                              • Figure 6: Chinese air-passenger traffic, 2012-18
                            • Chinese high-speed rail sets new standards
                              • India targets being world’s third-largest air market
                                • India revamps Asia’s oldest rail network
                                  • Travel booking in China
                                    • Travel booking in India
                                    • Inbound, Domestic and Business Travel Sectors

                                      • Chinese inbound tourism
                                        • Indian inbound tourism
                                          • Figure 7: Inbound arrivals to India by port of entry, 2017
                                        • Chinese domestic tourism
                                          • Figure 8: Chinese & Indian domestic tourism, 2010-18
                                        • Indian domestic tourism
                                          • Swadesh Darshan and PRASHAD
                                            • Figure 9: Indian domestic visitors by state, 2017
                                          • Business travel in China and India
                                          • Outbound Travel from China and India

                                            • Chinese outbound tourism by value
                                              • China’s travel bug spreads nationwide
                                                • Figure 10: Chinese cross-border travel movements, 2010-20
                                              • Indian outbound tourism by value
                                                • A new middle class gets ready for take-off
                                                  • Figure 11: Indian outbound travel movements, 2010-20
                                                • Seasonality in Chinese travel
                                                  • Seasonality in Indian travel
                                                    • Figure 12: Indian & Chinese monthly arrivals to New Zealand, March 2018-February 2019
                                                • Popular Destinations for Chinese and Indian Tourism

                                                  • North East Asia
                                                    • Hong Kong and Macau
                                                      • Taiwan
                                                        • Japan
                                                          • Figure 13: Chinese & Indian arrivals to Japan, 2010-18
                                                        • South Korea
                                                          • Oceania
                                                            • Australia
                                                              • New Zealand
                                                                • South East Asia
                                                                  • Indonesia
                                                                    • Thailand
                                                                      • Singapore
                                                                        • Malaysia
                                                                          • Vietnam
                                                                            • Cambodia
                                                                              • South Asia
                                                                                • Sri Lanka
                                                                                  • Maldives
                                                                                    • Nepal
                                                                                      • Middle East
                                                                                        • UAE
                                                                                          • Abu Dhabi
                                                                                            • Qatar
                                                                                              • Oman
                                                                                                • Europe
                                                                                                  • Figure 14: Projected Chinese travel growth to the EU, 2017-22
                                                                                                  • Figure 15: Projected Indian travel growth to the EU, 2017-22
                                                                                                • France
                                                                                                  • Germany
                                                                                                    • UK
                                                                                                      • Italy
                                                                                                        • Spain
                                                                                                          • Czech Republic
                                                                                                            • Other EU destinations
                                                                                                              • The Americas
                                                                                                                • US
                                                                                                                  • Figure 16: Chinese & Indian arrivals to the US, 2000-17
                                                                                                                • Canada
                                                                                                                  • Latin America
                                                                                                                    • Africa
                                                                                                                      • Morocco
                                                                                                                        • Egypt
                                                                                                                          • South Africa
                                                                                                                            • Kenya
                                                                                                                            • What Next?

                                                                                                                              China and India: Expansion of the Superpowers - International - June 2019

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