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Law to curb tourism price hikes

By Zhao Yinan in Beijing, Yu Ran and Shi Yingying in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2013-04-24 07:58

Law to curb tourism price hikes

Tourists pose for photos in ethnic clothes in the scenic old town of Fenghuang, Hunan province. The town recently began to charge tourists an entrance fee, which sparked a huge debate and a protest from local vendors. Zhao Zhongzhi / Xinhua

The third draft of China's Tourism Law, which was delivered to lawmakers on Tuesday, seeks to curb price inflation at scenic spots - a trend that is making tourists nationwide unhappy.

Law to curb tourism price hikes

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