Published: 2013-11-07 14:54:05 Author: Source: New Fastweb Views: comment:

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The number of Chinese tourists visiting Australia in September this year rose to a record high, reaching 9, an increase of 7.26% over the same period last year and an increase of 12.4% over the same period last year.

The latest arrival and departure figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) show that the number of Chinese tourists and New Zealand tourists are equal, and the latter also came to Australia as many as 9 in September. "If the number of tourists continues to grow at the current pace, China will surpass New Zealand as the largest source of tourists," said Craig James, chief economist at Commonwealth Securities (CommSec).

9月份出国旅游的澳人比去年增长8.1%。新西兰继续成为澳洲人出国旅游热门地区,9月份有9.74万澳人启程前往新西兰。印尼在9月迎来了8.51万澳洲游客,去美国的澳人则有8.11万。

In September this year, 9 million people moved to Australia for permanent residence, a decrease of 1.219% from last year. Among these people, those born in India and New Zealand accounted for the majority, accounting for 2.4% and 13.5% of the total number respectively.

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The number of Chinese tourists visiting Australia in September this year rose to a record high, reaching 9, an increase of 7.26% over the same period last year and an increase of 12.4% over the same period last year.

The latest arrival and departure figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) show that the number of Chinese tourists and New Zealand tourists are equal, and the latter also came to Australia as many as 9 in September. "If the number of tourists continues to grow at the current pace, China will surpass New Zealand as the largest source of tourists," said Craig James, chief economist at Commonwealth Securities (CommSec).

9月份出国旅游的澳人比去年增长8.1%。新西兰继续成为澳洲人出国旅游热门地区,9月份有9.74万澳人启程前往新西兰。印尼在9月迎来了8.51万澳洲游客,去美国的澳人则有8.11万。

In September this year, 9 million people moved to Australia for permanent residence, a decrease of 1.219% from last year. Among these people, those born in India and New Zealand accounted for the majority, accounting for 2.4% and 13.5% of the total number respectively.